The Acumen of Acceptance in Accountability

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The Acumen of Acceptance in Accountability

hunter davis

Accountability is typically not an attractive word. Much of the negative emotional reactivity to recovery comes from misinformation about what words mean.

Judd Drake, Stories of Reshaped Lives

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Judd Drake, Stories of Reshaped Lives

hunter davis

Judd Drake, a graduate from The Foundry has returned to the same organization as a full-time staff member in order to show the love of God.

Gradine: Stories of Reshaped Lives

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Gradine: Stories of Reshaped Lives

hunter davis

Gradine, a reshaped life Gradine grew up in a dysfunctional home, often witnessing her father abuse her mother. She began using alcohol at age 16 to numb her feelings of fear and despair. “There was no one to discuss the pain with,” she says. Her drinking escalated when she graduated from high school and moved

Next Level Conference

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Next Level Conference

hunter davis

The Next Level Conference is a radical worship experience created for participants of The Foundry Ministries, and other area recovery programs, to encounter God in a new way. This year, the conference was hosted at The Foundry Worship Center on August 19th and 20th. Both nights were filled with powerful worship and transformational messages. Each

Alana: Stories of Reshaped Lives

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Alana: Stories of Reshaped Lives

hunter davis

Alana, a reshaped life Alana dealt with addiction to pain medication and heroin for almost 10 years. She tried many times to win the battle against it on her own, but was unsuccessful in her attempts. After spending time in jail and learning her husband was filing for divorce, she realized she could not overcome

Monthly Prayer: My God is Patient

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Monthly Prayer: My God is Patient

hunter davis

Join us for our September Prayer: My God is Patient. 2 Peter 3:9 says that while God is quick to keep his promises, he is still patient with us.

10 Ways to Survive the Holidays

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10 Ways to Survive the Holidays

jcharleston

by Julia Charleston It’s mid-September, which means the holidays are just around the corner. Thanksgiving sneaks up on me every year and catches me off guard. Then, six short weeks later, it’s CHRISTMAS! And year after year, I become so overwhelmed I barely have time to breathe, let alone enjoy the festivities. Rather than run

Faithfulness

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Faithfulness

erin bentley

Let love and faithfulness never leave you; bind them around your neck, write them on the tablet of your heart. Then you will win favor and a good name in the sight of God and man. Proverbs 3:3-4 Devotion Great is Thy Faithfulness is one of my favorite hymns. When I hear the tune and

Sweet Home Heroin

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Sweet Home Heroin

julia charleston

There’s an epidemic in our country tearing through families like a tornado in a Kansas town, bringing about incredible devastation to all who are in it’s path. An astounding 91 Americans die every single day from opioid overdose, which gives this non-discriminating killer the #1 cause of accidental death in the United States. Beating out gunshot

Hope and a Future

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Hope and a Future

julia charleston

  “For I know the plans I have for you…plans to give you hope and a future.” Jeremiah 29:11 Welcome to Hope and a Future – The Foundry Blog. We are so happy you stopped by. Come on in and have a look – take a peek inside The Foundry walls and the work we do

Finally Fulfilling God's Call

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Finally Fulfilling God's Call

brewer direct

“God was always part of my life… I always believed in Him,” John says. “But I always felt guilt and shame.” Abused and neglected as a child, he began using drugs to cope with the turmoil he felt inside. As he grew older, addiction took control, causing him to behave in ways that filled his

Seek Peace

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Seek Peace

erin bentley

Let him turn away from evil and do good; let him seek peace and pursue it. 1 Peter 3:11 (ESV) DEVOTION The French Quarter of New Orleans is one of the most spiritually dark places I have ever visited. You begin to physically feel the weight of darkness the moment you enter the outskirts of