“When we entered, the sight I saw was a sight that will never leave my memory. He was chained and shackled to his death bed. As I sat there beside him, he began to tell me how sorry he truly was for all the wrong he had done.” … More Camille’s Story
“There were only three ways out: insanity, incarceration, or the grave.” … More Scott’s Story
“Lord if you’re real just show me. Please. I don’t know what to do.” … More Brendan’s Story
I stopped going to counseling and didn’t want to talk about it with my sister when she would ask “Hanna, when will we see mommy and daddy again?”because I had tears and no answers.” … More Hanna’s Story
How does someone go from drugs and alcohol to sobriety overnight? How can someone go from depression and panic to hope and peace? The love of Jesus. Simple as that. … More One Man’s Story
I eventually ended up robbed on the streets of Las Vegas with no family, no friends, and nothing but the clothes on my back and my empty heart. … More Elizabeth’s Story
The thing about sharing our stories is that it’s not about us, it’s not about being known ourselves. It’s about normalizing pain and struggles; it’s about being willing to turn on the light so that someone else can see that they are not alone. … More Melanie’s Story
“I began early on searching for something that was missing inside of me. Like I said, I can be addicted to anything…” … More John’s Story – Celebrate Recovery
A lot happens in life. It moves fast, and it can feel overwhelming at times.
2 Corinthians 4:8-9 says this:
“We are hard pressed on every side, but not crushed; perplexed, but not in despair;
persecuted, but not abandoned; struck down, but not destroyed.” … More Fix my eyes.
Originally posted on Sober Grace:
There is a paradox in Alcoholics Anonymous that tells us that we must “surrender to win.” When I first entered AA, I thought that it seemed kind of crazy that I would have to surrender, or give up, in order to get better. Wasn’t that was I was already doing?…