Hope’s Promise  

Philippians 1:6, “Being confident of this very thing, that he which hath begun a good work in you will perform it until the day of Jesus Christ:” We all hope for many things Whether it is lower cholesterol, a leaner body, a better job, a bigger bank account, more friends, a better relationship with family, [READ MORE…]

Darren’s Story of Victory – Recovery is Available

My name is Darren Revlett and I’m the director for RU Chapter K1015 in Livermore, KY. I’m a disabled Marine Corps veteran. RU and veterans struggling with addictions are something near and dear to me. The reason I was first drawn to RU was that I had a story much like Bro. Curington’s. I spent [READ MORE…]

Nick’s Story of Victory – You don’t have to be a junkie to need recovery

WASN’T HOOKED ON SMACK, CRACK, JACK, WEED or SPEED, but in DIRE NEED!! One Friday night a little over 5 years ago I came walking into an RU Recovery Program on a Friday night.  Of course, I wasn’t there because I was an addict. I had nothing wrong with me, you could just ask me. [READ MORE…]

Why You Should Stop Resisting And Accept Reproof

Proverbs 9:7 Dissected and Defined Reprove ( a correction that includes censor) not a scorner (leadership resisters), lest he hate thee: rebuke (chasten; correct) a wise man, and he will love thee. Daily Devo Paraphrase To reprove is “to correct someone through censorship, or by accessing blame.” Reproof is much worse than rebuke. Reproof is [READ MORE…]