Luis Molina Jr., a Southeastern pastor known for his work with gang members and people struggling with drug addiction, died Monday at his home near Windcrest. He was 60 years old.
“He left a great legacy, reaching generations for the wounded city of San Antonio. We have children coming back to the ministry because of his love. His love was overwhelming, and you just couldn’t forget him,” said his granddaughter Arianna, 25. “He was a father to everyone, going to the streets, going to the neighborhood where no one wants to go. He inspired and believed in so many, raising future pastors and leaders, he responded to the true call of God.