Wolfe Street Center to sponsor signing for “Pathways to Serenity,” a new book on recovery

(Little Rock, March 18, 2014)- The Wolfe Street Center will sponsor the introduction of a new book on addiction and recovery by ...

Did I nearly love my son to death?

...maybe. But now he’s in recovery by Chris Palmer It hasn't really gotten any easier. Knowing my son William is in harms way is ...

My son, Christoper with his then 2 yr old son, William.

Overcoming addictions one day at a time; A letter from a Grandfather to his Grandson

The following is a letter from me to my grandson, William Palmer (age 19), a patient at Cumberland Heights, a nationally recognized ...

Celebrating Recovery on St. Valentine's Day

As St. Valentine's Day, an event that has been associated with love and reconciliation for centuries, approaches, it is appropriate to revisit ...

The State Of Substance Abuse And What It Is Doing To Our Nation

On New Years day, one of my grandchildren, in the company of a “guardian,” flew from Little Rock to Nashville and entered ...

Atheist fundraiser trashes Christmas. Again

It’s that time of year. American Atheists Federation President, David Silverman, is making the talk-show rounds with his message of “who needs Christ ...

Wolfe Street Center to sponsor

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My son, Christoper with his then 2 yr old son, William.

Overcoming addictions one day at

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Celebrating Recovery on St. Valentine's

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The State Of Substance Abuse

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Atheist fundraiser trashes Christmas. Again

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David Palmer shares his powerful testimony

David Palmer shares his powerful testimony
Ashleigh Smith - Unlikely Angel

Captive – Single Mom’s Christian Message Overcomes Killer

By David Palmer On the face of it, Ashleigh Smith, a single mom and newly recovering meth addict with, at best, a fragile grip on sobriety was an unlikely role model, but on March 12, 2005, she … [Read More...]

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Charleston’s Faith-Based Response to Evil

A model for all communities By David Palmer On the night of June 18, Dylan Storm Roof, a deranged 21 year-old white supremacist, shot and killed nine innocent black parishioners at Emanuel … [Read More...]

Remembering Daddy Jack Fryer

“Daddy” Jack Fryer, 71, died last week, apparently at the hands of his brother Robert, who, Jack once told me, suffered from schizophrenia. Robert has been arrested and charged with first-degree … [Read More...]

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Overcoming Addictions – The Power of our Hometowns and Local Neighborhoods

  When World War II began in 1941, my father gave up his high paying public relations job on New York’s Madison Avenue, bought the local newspaper, the Summit Herald, in our home town of … [Read More...]

One Day at a Time – Veterans Ministry

One Day at a Time – Veterans Ministry

They serve our nation so that we might live in freedom. But, when they return to the land they've served, our Veterans are often lost and forgotten in their own country. Addictive habits become their solace. Let's come alongside them in their time of need because they have been there for ours.

Helping You and Your Teens with their Addictions

Helping You and Your Teens with their Addictions

Their is hope and help for those caught in the trap of addiction. We are here to help you find it for you, your family and your teen.

One Day At A Time Cares About the Lost in Prison

One Day At A Time Cares About the Lost in Prison

Like our friends at Prison Fellowship: "We believe that no life is beyond the reach of God’s power, and we envision a future in which countless prisoners, ex-prisoners, and their families, are redeemed, restored, and reconciled through the love and truth of Jesus Christ." (from PF Mission statement)