Last night, Pastor Nick and Chrissy drove to Lake City Florida to be of assistance with the new Recovery Church location at The Worship Room at 162 NE Ridgewood Ave, Lake City , FL 32055. This location birthed from the Ormond Beach location and had a rather large last minute turn out. Here is theContinue reading “Celebrate!”
One of the things we do daily is minister to ministries. What’s that mean exactly? Ministries & churches are made up of people pouring themselves into a common vision. After all that pouring, there should be a refilling.
RC Palm Coast Community Baptism Day was July 3, 2022
Examine yourself 1 Corinthians 11:27-34 NKJV – 27 Therefore whoever eats this bread or drinks this cup of the Lord in an unworthy manner will be guilty of the body and blood of the Lord. 28 But let a man examine himself, and so let him eat of the bread and drink of the cup. 29 For he who eats and drinks in an unworthy mannerContinue reading “Examine Yourself”
…Pleasant words are a honeycomb, Sweet to the soul and healing to the bones….
Is being Blessed and being lucky the same thing?
We are all just passing through this life, one day at a time.
He was a veteran suffering from PTSD and coping with life the only way he knew how: Self Medicating. He would self medicate with alcohol, drugs, or anything else that would temporarily ease or numb the thoughts that plagued his mind after the service. He self medicated his way out of his home, his job, and his life as usual.
He found himself on the streets in Daytona Beach, homeless, alone and unsure of life. He knew there had to be better; there had to be more. He had tried the “recovery thing” before and it would last for a little while, but somehow he always made his way back to the bottle. This time would be different though. This time, he sought the only true higher power – Jesus Christ.
He picked a strong sponsor willing to grow with him and he moved into a sober house. It’s been a couple months sober now and it’s been hard to find a job when you don’t have a car. Your donations bought him a monthly bus pass to help him get back and forth to job interviews. Now, he has been graduated up to the next step in the sober house and he has a job! That’s right, he was hired.
The Storms of Life Fellowship has decided to sponsor 3 children/young adults. We have selected a young girl in Peru named Evelyn, a young man that just joined the Army, and a young lady local to Ormond Beach. If you’d like to make a difference in one of these young lives, please click here.