THE MOST EXCELLENT WAY
Addictions Support Group – All are welcome each Thursday Night, 7 PM. The Most Excellent Way provides the Christian answer to break the chains of alcohol, chemical dependency, and other life-controlling problems. 

“And now I will show you the most excellent way” -1 Corinthians 12:31


All are welcome each Thursday at 7 pm.  Coffee & Refreshments provided each week.  Contact Person: Mark Gaston; Phone: (850) 723-6066 

Friends And Family Meetings on Special Thursdays Each Month – Leader – Steve Roberts: 944-8559

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ABOUT OUR MEETINGS: The Most Excellent Way provides the Christian answer to break the chains of alcohol, chemical dependency, and other life-controlling problems. Our weekly meetings seek to bring hope and love in a safe environment where men and women affected directly or indirectly by drugs, alcohol, or any addiction can find recovery, accountability, and freedom in Christ from the guilt, frustration, hopelessness, fear and shame associated with addictive behavior.Addiction-and-Support
HISTORY: The Most Excellent Way began in early 1986 as a small group desiring to minister to alcoholics, drug addicts, and their families within the church. Today regularly scheduled support meetings continue to spread across America, into Europe, Russia, Mexico and the Philippines. The Most Excellent Way alternative to chemical dependency is learning how to become God-dependent. Our principles of recovery are based entirely upon God’s Word, and are open to all, whether one has a personal faith in Christ or is walking into a church building for the first time.“The Most Excellent Way” is to:

Gain a better understanding of the sin nature that leads to addiction and obsessive, self-centered behavior.

–  Learn and apply Biblical principles for living joy-filled, productive lives.

Provide support to those who desire freedom from drug and alcohol dependency, and self-centered behavior.

Pray for one another. Love one another.

“A new commandment I give unto you, that ye love one another; as I have loved you, that ye also love one another.”

John 13:34, Jesus
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