“Ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free. . . . If the Son therefore shall make you free, ye shall be free indeed” (John 8:32, 36).
Do you have a desire to reach men and women who live in bondage to alcohol and drugs? We invite you to attend an Almond Tree training seminar for pastors, chaplains, and lay people. Almond Tree Ministries, a division of the Counseling Ministries of Bible Baptist Church, Kokomo, Indiana, is a Bible-based substance-abuse curriculum that has been acknowledged by courts in seven states as a faith-based alternative for court-mandated alcohol and drug rehab programs.
- Bible Baptist Church, Kokomo, Indiana
- March 23 and 24, 2007
- $75 includes teacher’s book, materials, Saturday lunch, and break refreshments.
- Couples who share a book will receive a discounted rate of $125.
- Chaplains receive a discounted rate of $55.
Registration deadline is March 20, 2007.
For more information, call Bible Baptist Church at (765) 455-1444.
Pam Russell, endorsed by the GARBC Chaplaincy Commission as a lay chaplain for women’s jail ministry and author of the Almond Tree material, regularly receives testimonials like this one: “I came believing I had a disease and there was nothing I could do about it. But I don’t have a disease. I made bad choices and by God’s grace, I won’t use drugs again. I don’t have a disease, but I have a choice. Learning that has made such a big difference in my life.”
Register for this seminar today! It will have a profound impact on you, your ministry, and your community.