Hope Fellowship’s new sign located at 910 W. Main Photo by Paul McQueen
“I have been an addict for 30 years. There were periods of my life that I was sober but not for long. I have been married for 28 years with three kids, five grandkids and more on the way. My husband and I both were addicts and both have been abusive toward one another because of this. I was tired of both of us getting up every morning feeling hopeless. I went to Red River in June and got out. My husband wasn’t ready, and I used that as an excuse and fell off the wagon with alcohol. I have always been raised knowing about God, but I really didn’t take the time to get to know him personally. So, I decided that I couldn’t successfully do this without him. My youngest daughter brought me here to the House of Mercy. I had no shoes or clothes that fit. I was welcomed here with love just as soon as I walked through the door and I get up every morning happy and singing. God has always known me, it’s time that I get to know him.”
What you put into your body is important.
The Amity Club hosted the first meeting of the season at First United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall in Olney, Thursday, Sept. 3, at 10:30 a.m. President Bobby Wright called the meeting to order and led the members to recite the “Club Collect” written by Mary Stewart in 1904.