Real stories from people who have gone through our addiction recovery program.

Trevor and Krista

Our journey together began a little over six years ago. Five of those years, we were in bondage to the darkness and corruption of the world, consuming ourselves with drugs, alcohol, violence, and deception.

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Randall Ashenbrenner

Of all my childhood experiences, one emotion dominates my memories more than any other fear. I was afraid of the cold, dark world I lived in. I was afraid I would not make it through life trials that I was sure were coming. Most of all, I was scared of being alone.

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Pastor Erin and Rosie Winemiller

When we seek to have our lives restored, sometimes the Lord makes it very clear what changes need to be made, and sometimes He reveals the changes to us over time. Watch and listen as Pastor Erin and Rosie remember how God worked overtime in their lives individually and as a family. They’re great examples of God’s unrelenting grace even when they were prone to wander.


Cindy Avery

This testimony comes from a dark time in my life. I cried out to God for help, and my rescue came in the form of an arrest in which I was sentenced to four years. At the time of my arrest I was seeking the Lord; I knew He was the only one who could help.  When I arrived at prison in Chowchilla. There, I was stripped down of all personal belongings, including personal letters. 

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Rene Fuentes

I grew up in a La Puente, California. I’m the middle child of three. Having two working parents growing up made it easy to get into trouble. I was 14 years old when I first tried ecstasy. It made me feel exactly what the word means (an overwhelming of great happiness or joyful excitement). I began to use crystal meth, alcohol, cocaine, and marijuana.

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Spencer Erb

I grew up in Lake Elsinore, California, and was brought up in a Christian upbringing. However, once adolescence hit, I was led astray by music and partying. I later came to realize I allowed myself to be led astray and used partying as an excuse.

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