Pastor Ronald Williams and his late wife, Patti, founded Hephzibah House in 1971, a Christian boarding school for teen girls. Lucinda is a former student who says she had a positive experience at the school. 

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“I never experienced any abuse in the house, and I don’t believe anybody else did, either,” Lucinda says. “The girls who are speaking out against Hephzibah House in a negative light are lying.”
 
Kalie, Susan and Gabby also spent time at Hephzibah House and claim the experience still haunts them to this day.

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In the video above from Monday’s episode of Dr. Phil, hear more from Lucinda. 
 
On Monday, hear from Pastor Williams’ son who speaks out for the first time. Then, on Tuesday, a former Hephzibah House staff member describes what she says she witnessed inside the walls of the school. Check here to see where you can watch.
 
Pastor Ron Williams respectfully declined the opportunity to participate in this Dr. Phil episode. He adamantly denies that there is any abuse in this boarding school. Click here to read the Hephzibah House full response to the allegations.