Rally For Recovery

September is National Recovery Month, celebrating those in recovery and bringing awareness that help is available. Here at Heartland, it is a privilege to serve men and women who have acknowledged they need help and are walking out the process every day. Won’t you come alongside and cheer them on? Tomorrow our month-long “Rally for Recovery” kicks off — a Run/Bike/Walk-a-Thon fundraiser. To sign up and participate or donate to someone else walking for the cause, visit https://heartland25.rallyup.com/56ed65/Campaign/Details The rallyup online platform allows you to sign up and share to...

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Thankful For Recovery

Drug and alcohol abuse are on the rise in 2020, fueled in part by the pressures and anxiety surrounding coronavirus. If you or someone you love is caught in the web of addiction, please know that THERE IS HOPE! We’ve asked some of our Heartland Recovery Program graduates to share what they are thankful for this year. Text “GIVE” to 660-235-3377 or donate online at https://www.heartland25.org/ You can also mail your gift to: Heartland Recovery 6417 Shelby CR 150, Suite A Bethel, MO 63434 Happy Thanksgiving from all of us here at the Heartland...

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Adrienne’s testimony

Adrienne says she “really” got saved at church, after being in the women’s recovery program just under a month. “I don’t remember what Pastor Charlie was preaching,” she recalled, “but I knew I had to get up to the altar. Going to the altar and praying this time was very different than the times I had done it before. I knew it was real, and I was no longer playing the “perfect little church girl” game. This time was for keeps. It was the first time I realized that it took a real, working relationship with Jesus to have victory over sin....

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Lee’s Testimony

My childhood was a good one. My father worked, my mother stayed at home and a grandmother lived with us most of the year. We were a solid middle-class family.  I grew up in the Methodist church and we were there every Sunday.  By the fourth grade, we had moved back to Tennessee to my father’s hometown. Making good grades and pleasing my parents and family became very important to me.  I enjoyed the praise I received from doing well. My mother passed away when I was 11. It was devastating for my father.  While my resolve strengthened to be a “good kid” for him, I was lost because my mother...

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