Adult and Teen Challenge offering non-residential program in Sparta

By | February 11, 2019 8:10 am

L-R: Billy Conley, facilitator, and Jessica Miller, facilitator

Hope for Life, a ministry of Adult and Teen Challenge of the Upper Cumberland, is a Christ-centered program for the community that offers non-residential weekly group accountability meetings for anyone struggling with a life-controlling problem such as drug addiction, alcoholism, sexual addiction, gambling, anger, or workaholism. The groups, led by trained facilitators, focus on maintaining a life free of life-controlling problems and developing steadfastness in Christ so that one can confidently master the problems faced in daily living.

The White County Hope for Life non-residential group meets at 6 p.m., on Thursdays, in Sparta, at Life Church – Sparta Campus. The groups are free. Workbooks are $10 each, and attendees can start at any time.

For more information about the Hope for Life program, call Adult and Teen Challenge of the Upper Cumberland at 888-688-0470, ext. 105, or visit TeenChallengeUC.org.

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