1925 Hwy 18
P.O. Box 94
Medon, TN 38356
Small steps forward are still steps!
Drugs became a part of my daily life when I was only 15 years old. I started using drugs because I thought by doing them it “Small steps forward are still steps!”
I’m an Overcomer
I had tried weed, pills, molly, LSD, and cocaine. I was partying, having sex, and living a life that could only become disaster and possibly “I’m an Overcomer”
Redeemed and Healed
I grew up with a void in my heart, always feeling as though something was missing. I tried to fill that void with drugs, alcohol, “Redeemed and Healed”
From an early age, I battled depression, panic attacks, and obsessive-compulsive rituals. I remember feeling suicidal and hopeless at times. I did, however, give my “Safe Haven”
God’s Mighty Hand
I began using drugs when I was sixteen years old because I wanted to feel numb from all the emotional trauma that I had been “God’s Mighty Hand”
Jesus is the missing piece
I began using drugs when I was 24 years old after being involved in a serious car wreck that resulted in some extensive injuries. My “Jesus is the missing piece”
As a child, I grew up in church. I knew about Jesus, but I didn’t realize how He really worked. It wasn’t until I was “Divinely Changed”
The Lord is My Shepherd
The first time I got high, I was 12 years old. It started with weed and alcohol; eventually I found pills. I met an older guy “The Lord is My Shepherd”
the broken… made whole
Drugs became a part of my life when I was 21 years old. The reason I started using drugs was to just numb the pain. “the broken… made whole”
Realization to Restoration
I became involved with drugs when I was 17 years old. I started using because everyone else was doing it and I was going to “Realization to Restoration”
End of the Tunnel
After three months in jail, I met Kristie Butler. I was meaner to her than a rattle snake, but she showed me the Light at “End of the Tunnel”
Brought Back to Life
I had a bunch of 100 mg Fentanyl patches. I put one on and I didn’t feel any effect, so I put another one on “Brought Back to Life”
Your Mess is Your Message
My mom tried to always make sure that I was in church as a child. I thought I knew everything I needed to know about “Your Mess is Your Message”
Mistakes to Lessons
I tried drugs for the very first time as a teenager. I was only 15 years old when I tried meth for the first time. “Mistakes to Lessons”
out of the pit
I was only fourteen years old when I became involved with drugs and my life was full of ups and downs. I’ve never been sure “out of the pit”
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God provides for our needs in many ways; but the truth is we need donations to fill the gaps in our budget. The donations we receive allow us to feed, clothe, house, and provide a safe and loving atmosphere where lives and hearts can change and heal.