Author: Stephanie Correa

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On My Heart Like A Tattoo…   This past week I had my first session of beginning my arm sleeve tattoo...

10 Reasons Why Beginning a Relationship Will Sabotage Your Recovery Before coming into Teen Challenge to start my recovery from addiction, I had been in and out of relationships and I was married for a short time in my past. I didn’t know what it was...

“But what if I fail?” “Oh, But Darling…” “What if you Fly?” -Erin Hanson This quote really spoke to me a little while back and God has tattooed it on my heart.  It’s inspiring because I am afraid to fail but God is calling us to fly! As an addict,...

8 Ways You Are Heading Towards Relapse 1 Making small compromises 2 Having a negative attitude 3 Avoiding family members, friends, loved ones 4 Going back to old, unhealthy and negative relationships 5 Having different personalities towards different crowds 6 Keeping secrets and hiding things from loved ones 7 Having a different,...

Five Activities Being single can be hard during the holidays but… Being single AND SOBER can be even harder and a challenge for many people like me! *Can I tell you a little holiday secret? It’s so possible to have the best holidays as a sober single with God...

We are honored to post our newest story of life transformation here at Shenandoah Valley Adult & Teen Challenge in Virginia.  We hope you enjoy Phillip's story on how God changed his life! Phillip's Story What is your first name? Phillip How long have you been in the program? I...

Amanda's Story We hope you enjoy our most recent testimony of transformation at our Shenandoah Valley Adult & Teen Challenge in Virginia.  Amanda is about to graduate our induction phase program and move into our 2nd phase women's home. 1.What’s your first name? Amanda 2.How long have you been...

“A Mess into the Best” God can make the best out of your mess! I hear our students here in Teen Challenge say to me all the time: “I would have never known God if it wasn’t for my addiction” “I would have never known how to truly live...