Soup luncheon to be held for Spiritual Approach to Recovery, Jan. 30

A good meal will be had by all who will come out and help with funding for the new addiction treatment center in Falmouth. It will be held at 1 p.m. on Saturday, January 30 at the Falmouth Christian Church.

The meal will consist of Wanda VanLandingham’s prize chicken and dumplings, chili, pulled pork bbq, and Keith Hemphill’s award winning loaded baked potato soup with a variety or sandwiches and desserts.

The new addiction recovery group, Spiritual Approach to Recovery, will be hosting a fundraising event to cover the cost of training for the those who are leading the group. This group covers a multitude of addictions including alcohol, heroin, other narcotics, pornography, sex, food, and even sugar.

It uses a God centered plan that follows the Celebrate Recovery system developed by Rick Warren (author of The Purpose Driven Life) and John Baker. It follows 12 steps, eight principals and models the B-attitudes. It is Christ centered and uses the Bible as the backdrop of information in the program.

Spiritual Approach to Recovery meets at 7 p.m. every Tuesday night with refreshments served. 

With the epidemic of heroin that has overtaken the nation, the survival of this group is epic. Although one small group will not change the world, it may change the world for one person. 

Come out and join for an afternoon of food, fun, and fellowship and, in turn, support a worthy cause.