"Because we loved you so much, we were delighted to share with you not only the Gospel of God but our lives as well."
(1 Thessalonians 2:8)
We Bridge the Gap between the Church and the latest Science on Addiction. Not everyone can be an expert in addiction, and there are limited approaches when there is limited education and life experience.
The burden of addiction should not be only yours to bear.
It Needs Fellowship. Knowing when to walk away can be one of the most difficult "unknowns," and this is one we have also faced on our journey.
For more than a decade, we have walked through the darkest valleys - from long-distance and separation, to near death and a desire to be done.
As a couple, and as parents, we've made the hard but necessary choices. We chose to bear fruit in seasons of drought, which meant cutting off dead branches that did not serve God or our marriage (enabling relationships, unhealthy habits, selfish ambitions), setting Godly boundaries (even with one another), and seeking counsel and community.
We've lived it. We've gone before you to pave a way.
We practice what we preach. We desire to follow Christ
all the days of our lives, even if it means sharing our darkest moments because let's be honest, it's much easier to stay quiet about the hard stuff. But what purpose is there in suffering in vain when you can suffer for the Kingdom? (Hebrews 11:25)
We must not forget our disparity before we found
Our Hope in Christ.
"If I go up to the heavens, you are there. If I make my bed in the depths, you are there." (Psalm 139:8)