AMAZING Amazing Grace   Leave a comment


Moments from someone totally healed from addiction   Leave a comment

There are moments of joy…moments of fear…moments of deep sorrow…moments of difficult decision…moments of wrenching anger…moments of regret…moments of laughter…moments of reflection. All of these happen many times during our lifetime; but…there is only ONE moment that you go through one time, when you realize that you are finally totally broken. It is at that very moment when you know, beyond a shadow of doubt, that
it’s now time for the rebuilding…time to serve God in the fullest way possible. It’s your time in the sun given you by the “Son”. It’s the time of reaping and sharing the harvest you never thought was possible. It’s a time when you know you can close your eyes and pray and KNOW that if you just pray hard enough, that the enormous mountain that has been before you, WILL move despite all reason that it cannot. The road opens…the mountain moves by just your simple humble prayer…the tears of triumph from victory over so much tragedy flow and completely change you…it all finally make sense and the joy is unspeakable because there are no words available to describe it. You see….it’s a moment that happens when you have walked…even crawled over dirt and broken glass…through that seemingly neverending violent storm… and realize that you have finally arrived at your destination without harm. It’s about reflection upon all those moments when all seemed hopeless and despair came…then God provided the way of escape, just as He promises to always do for all of His children that serve Him. It’s the moment when you know that you know that you know…without doubt or double-mindedness that He will never leave you or forsake you, and that He never has. It’s that moment when all that you have been through was to make you His true servant. It’s that moment when you know that by never taking their eyes off His beautiful Face and never letting go of His outstretched Hands, He has made you whole.

Thank you, Abba Father, for breaking me and all those heavy chains that bound me during all those “moments”. I’m here to stay… on Teshuvah Road…never to turn left or right and never to look back. I am here on Teshuvah Road…the road I will stay on until I am with you for all eternity! Whatever it is, I will do it…just for only You; my hands are holding Your hands and I promise to never let go.

In Yeshua’s Name,

Addiction…….There’s Hope   Leave a comment

Teshuvah Road

Addiction – Answering My Call   Leave a comment

Just wanted to ask you all for prayer. My husband and I are about to purchase a Winnebago in order to travel all over the US…as God directs, in order to End Addiction. We’re doing this to do Free & Low Cost Drug & Alcohol Interventions. We will be focusing on addiction within the churches all over this country. It’s a path that has not yet been paved in this way, so we’re going to be pioneers. It won’t be easy, so we will need your prayers. As God leads, we will be leaving in between 8 and 12 weeks; in any event, before the first of the new year.

One of the ways we will be raising some money is by providing super low cost ads for small and large businesses alike as well as for those doing direct sales and home parties. The first of many sites to be raised up is at . If you know anyone working for themselves, we would appreciate passing this site along. I am also soon forming a Non-Profit in order to be able to receive donations. Also in the works is building a Christian Rehab in Montana. This Rehab will NOT promote the 12 Step failure system. We will be promoting a very unique Biblically based program that ENDS addiction – once and for ALL.

We will be going from church to church,  schools, and wherever else God leads.  We know that this is what we are to do for the rest of our lives.  It’s a bit scary, but I always think of my favorite Scripture…”For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of Power, and of Love, and of a Sound Mind”.  With that said, it’s all going to be awesome.  Awesome doesn’t mean easy by any means.  It just means that God’s Holy Spirit and His Power will be working in us.

Thanks, ahead of time, for your prayers.

“I’M STILL HERE”   Leave a comment

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For ALL Those Addited or In ANY Bad Place With God   Leave a comment

YOU (not the doctors) Will Be Monitored Shortly If you Take Addictive Prescription Drugs   2 comments

This is an article that I got off of another site.  I MUST preface this by my own comment and would love to hear all of yours.  The government is trying to attach the blame of Prescription Drug Addiciton to the “victims” and not to the Legal Dealers (the DOCTORS).  I am FURIOUS to read this!  You can be sure that this WILL happen in each and every state here.  Why will that happen?  This will happen to get eyes off of the protected doctors and on to the patients.  We will have jail cells filled with innocent victims who are addicted to pills because of their “trusted” doctors.  OK…now, I need to go to my “screaming room” and scream and to my prayer closet to pray.

BY LYNN BONNER – STAFF WRITER Sheriffs in North Carolina want access to state computer records identifying anyone with prescriptions for powerful painkillers and other controlled substances. The state sheriff’s association pushed the idea Tuesday, saying the move would help them make drug arrests and curb a growing problem of prescription drug abuse. But patient advocates say opening up people’s medicine cabinets to law enforcement would deal a devastating blow to privacy rights. Allowing sheriffs’ offices and other law enforcement officials to use the state’s computerized list would vastly widen the circle of people with access to information on prescriptions written for millions of people. As it stands now, doctors and pharmacists are the main users. Nearly 30 percent of state residents received at least one prescription for a controlled substance, anything from Ambien to OxyContin, in the first six months of this year, according to the state Department of Health and Human Services. Nearly 2.5 million people filled prescriptions in that time for more than 375 million doses. The database has about 53.5 million prescriptions in it. Sheriffs made their pitch Tuesday to a legislative health care committee looking for ways to confront prescription drug abuse. Local sheriffs said that more people in their counties die of accidental overdoses than from homicides. For years, sheriffs have been trying to convince legislators that the state’s prescription records should be open to them. “We can better go after those who are abusing the system,” said Lee County Sheriff Tracy L. Carter. Others say opening up patients’ medicine cabinets to law enforcement is a terrible idea. “I am very concerned about the potential privacy issues for people with pain,” said Candy Pitcher of Cary, who volunteers for the nonprofit American Pain Foundation. “I don’t feel that I should have to sign away my privacy rights just because I take an opioid under doctor’s care.” Pitcher is receiving treatment for a broken back. The ACLU opposed a bill in 2007 that would have opened the list to law enforcement officials, said ACLU lobbyist Sarah Preston. The organization would likely object to the new proposal. “What really did concern us is the privacy aspect,” she said. Opening the record to more users could deter someone from getting necessary medicine because of the fear that others would find out, she said, “particularly in small towns where everybody knows everybody.” The state started collecting the information in 2007 to help doctors identify patients who go from doctor to doctor looking for prescription drugs they may not need, and to keep pharmacists from supplying patients with too many pills. But only about 20 percent of the state’s doctors have registered to use the information, and only 10 percent of the pharmacies are registered. Many chain pharmacies aren’t connected to the Internet, said Andy Ellen, a lobbyist for the N.C. Retail Merchants Association. Pharmacy computers work on closed systems so they won’t be vulnerable to viruses that could slow or crash their networks. Pharmacies are trying to figure out a way around that obstacle to the controlled-substance prescriptions list, he said. Bettie Blanchard, a woman from Dare County whose adult son is recovering from addiction to prescription drugs, said doctors should be required to consult the list when prescribing controlled substances. She also wants doctors to get more education on prescribing narcotics. Doctors should be required to tell patients that the medicine they are being prescribed can be addictive, she said. William Bronson, who works in a drug control unit at DHHS, presented what could be a compromise to the sheriffs’ request – allowing local drug investigators to request information related to ongoing investigations, but not let them go in to the computer records themselves. Eddie Caldwell, lobbyist for the N.C. Sheriff’s Association, said the level of access to the data is up for discussion. “There’s a middle ground where the sheriffs and their personnel working on these drug abuse cases get the information they need in a way that protects the privacy of that information,” he said. “No one wants every officer in the state to be able to log on and look it up.” or 919-829-4821 Read more: