|Lifeline Connection Becomes a Part of Living Free||
|By gkeylon | 26 Jan 2011|
Launch Date: February 1, 2011
We are happy to announce that after several years of waiting on God’s direction and timing, Rev. Clayton Arp has joined the Living Free team as the National Director of Lifeline Connection, a referral and non-residential recovery support group using the Living Free Curriculum.
Lifeline Connection will be an opportunity for communities to reach people who will not or cannot go into residential treatment for their life-controlling issues. Lifeline Connection brings together the faith community, the local law enforcement, and judicial system to help people make positive changes in their lives.
Lifeline Connection ministries are now in more than twenty Kentucky counties. There are also effective community-based Lifeline Connection groups in Savannah, Tennessee under the leadership of Jim Forakis, Teen Challenge Director.
According to Clayton Arp, “Unless the Lord builds the house, we labor in vain.” (Psalm 127:1 KJV) We are confident in the Lord’s timing and we look forward to seeing what God will do through Lifeline Connection in bringing help and hope to communities across America that are devastated by the epidemic of addiction in rural America.
We are already receiving inquiries from all across the U.S. regarding Lifeline Connection, so please keep us in your prayers as we continue the work of Living Free and as we help communities ravaged by drug abuse.
You can also make a difference by making a donation here to Living Free for Lifeline Connection.