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Woolsey Baptist will offer addiction program starting Sept. 21

Reformers Unanimous, a national Christ-centered addictions program headquartered in Rockford, Ill., is starting a chapter in Fayetteville. Woolsey Baptist Church will host the program every Friday night from 7 to 9 p.m. beginning Friday, Sept. 21. The program is open to all adults who struggle with an addiction or a “stubborn habit.”

Reformers Unanimous founder and national director, Steve Curington, after a ten-year addiction to drugs and alcohol, says he was able to put aside his addictions through his faith in Jesus Christ, the support of his church, and his understanding of God’s principles of life from the Bible.

Curington founded Reformers Unanimous in April 1996 to share the truth and principles that helped him overcome his addictions.

The success rate is said to be very high for the student who applies the curriculum and the principles taught and is faithful to the meetings.

For more information contact Larry Lawrence, director at the Woolsey Baptist Church office, 770-461-9618.


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