We had a great time! Lonny & Linda Shattuck from Tennessee joined us. ￼Cliff loves change more than dollars. So I gave him a box full of change and he loved it! He delighted in receiving his lovely gifts and cards from all of us.
Tonight our guest speaker was Allen Davis, who graduated this month from the program. We bought a podium and decided to have the men start practicing their testimonies at Friday Night Vespers. This way they will be well polished and comfortable in sharing their testimonies when they complete the program. The pandemic has prevented them
Tonight for vespers we showed our “Drugs Close to Home” TV program featuring our son, Tony Farmer, a former NBA player. Sometimes we feel that we neglect our children while working in the ministry. However, Tony told us that he felt that he was a part of our mission and was pleased to see us
Today we were glad to honor the holiday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. We also celebrated the 34th birthday of Nathan Lopez from California who has been in the program seven months. Nathan is doing well so far. He was recently baptized by Pastor Jason North at the Oakwood University Church. He is thankful
Our Guest Speaker tonight was Chanel Battles joined by her husband Andrea who gave his testimony to the guys last year. Chanel is an elementary school teacher here in the Huntsville area. She and Andrea are newlyweds, married on September 11, 2020. They both love the Lord and have a burden for winning souls like
Our guest speaker today was Brian Keith Anderson, joined by his wife, Stassi. Keith is a Certified Peer Specialist/Certified Recovery Educator in the area of Substance Abuse and Mental Health in Atlanta, GA. His biography, “Beautiful Scars,” tells about his journey to wholeness and healing. Keith presented his riveting testimony of his depression, drug addiction,
Today was the 27th birthday of Trebien Battle. He was delighted because this was his first birthday celebration in 10 years. Trebien left the program last year and was so thankful that we accepted him back. His brothers are helping him to rebuild his self-confidence. He said he wants a personal relationship with Christ and
Sabbath is a holy and special day for the DAP family. A time to rest and enjoy intimacy with God. After virtual Oakwood University worship service and eating lunch, we spent time sharing our new year’s resolutions with one another. Cliff made a long face 😔 saying that I left him out of the conversation.
We brought in the New Year by attending our church’s, Oakwood University, Drive-in Worship Celebration on the parking lot of the church. Pastor Byrd and the staff led us in the partaking of Holy Communion in our cars. What a blessing to join our church family in this sacred ordinance. We returned to the Recovery
We enjoyed Christmas dinner at the Recovery Home today. The food was delicious and we enjoyed activities and watching the NBA Christmas Day games. A friend, Celine, the Cashier at the Oakwood University Church Store, came by the Recovery Home and brought the guys assorted breads, quiche and a pound cake that she cooked for