We make every attempt to teach our ladies the importance of crucifying King Self and putting Christ on the throne of their hearts! When Christ is ruling over our thoughts, decisions, and affections, we find that victory is attainable and growth becomes inevitable.pic.twitter.com/hddZE6cgbY
Spiritual poverty is the basis of our character. We bring to the cross NOTHING in our own defense! We arrive empty of self, so as ready to be filled with Christ.
Do you believe that Jesus is the answer? LISTEN NOW in The Addiction Connection interview hosted by Mark Shaw (author of Heart of Addiction) with Pastor Steve Covington ( Our Executive Director!) on the hope of the gospel in the problem of addiction...https://anchor.fm/theaddictionconnection/episodes/101---2021-2-1---Pastor-Steve-Covington---with-Dr--Mark-E--Shaw-epo9kd?fbclid=IwAR0QldMIhsm0bA-iZLn8J6MCHTg4ZqqScvVb4ZW4ofkwHRPHc4rWZAVA3Bc …
If you can choose your own higher power, as some say, then does that not make YOU your higher power? It does! Addiction is extreme self worship. There is only one true God.
Addiction does not slow down for COVID, nor do our services. We are still in the ministry of saving women from the perils of drug addiction!pic.twitter.com/iI2wlqRuls
“To him who loves us and has freed us from our sins by his blood and made us a kingdom, priests to his God and Father, to him be glory and dominion forever and ever.” Revelation 1:5–6 To be loved is to love his glory.
How can you have your past forgiven, your present provided for and your destiny secure and not have a heart filled with gratitude?
Addiction is not a disease, it is idolatry and not limited to drugs and alcohol.“Idolatry is not just wanting the wrong things but also wanting the right things too much“ Brad Bigney