High Places

Jehoshaphat was a good king, following the ways of his father, Asa. He did what was pleasing in the Lord's sight. (2 Chronicles 20:32) I can't get away from this thought. It is important that we are fully committed to what we believe. In my last blog, I referenced Laodicea, and the scripture that shows... Continue Reading →


I know your deeds, that you are neither cold nor hot. I wish you were either one or the other! (Rev. 3:15) In order to live, we need to thrive. In recovery, it is of the utmost importance. It is not enough to just live, riding the fence. Longterm recovery success depends on you being... Continue Reading →

Run away

Have you ever thought about running away from life, hiding out somewhere away from the world and just let it go on without you? These days I find myself wishing I could do that very thing.... sometimes. When we are faced with situations that are completely out of our control, we react in different ways.... Continue Reading →

2400 Flags

This weekend, Families in Recovery Ministries is sponsoring a drive- through event called 2400 Flags. If nothing changes, we are predicted to lose 2400 lives to overdose in our state of North Carolina- in 2020 alone. The numbers have been rising. Friday evening, a group of us worked in the drizzling rain to put 2400... Continue Reading →

Real Stories

All names have been changed to protect confidentiality- but we are real people. What does a family in recovery look like? Mary is a single mother. She began using drugs at age 17, and quickly progressed to heroin. By the time she was 24, she had two beautiful children, who are now being raised by... Continue Reading →


How do we change? Are we doomed to fight this battle within our soul forever? No,... You may be seeing social media posts about the last days. I have seen many talking about how we need to repent. Our nation needs repentance. Did that statement just turn you off? Don’t stop reading. This blog post... Continue Reading →

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