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My name is Seth, I’m 27 and I am from Greensboro, North Carolina. I grew up in the church and my father was a pastor. My childhood was a relatively good one. I enjoyed church for the most part, but many times it seemed more...

Kailah's Story My name is Kailah Temperance Lewin.  I’m 24 years old, born in Trenton, New Jersey but grew up in Virginia.  This is my story.  This life I have been given could be seen as many things.  Some people may even say unfair, tragic, broken,...

Brad's Story My name is Brad.  I’m 20 years old and from Warrenton, VA.  Prior to coming to Teen Challenge I always thought that I could do what I was supposed to do and do what I wanted to do at the sam time and still...

Amos's Story My name is Amos and I am a 37 year old “addict” working towards a better life through the Lord Jesus Christ. I am always hoping and praying for that better future, but I seem to catch myself being stuck in the darkness a...

Join us on this historic day of giving as we’re raising $30,000 to put hope within reach of men and women battling addiction in the Shenandoah Valley. Your Investment is an Investment in a Changed Life. Our work centers on 2 primary areas: • Helping the Addict Through Residential...

How to Renew Your Hope After Losing It: Part Two 3 Practical Applications Hope is so important to human life. Along with faith and love, it is the oxygen of the human soul. With it, we can overcome any obstacle. Without it, even simple tasks in life...

How to Renew Your Hope After Losing It: Part One 3 General Principals Hope is one of three things that lasts forever (1 Corinthians 13:13). But that doesn’t mean our hopes are always fulfilled. In fact, they can often be let down. And when that happens, we can be...

Ben's Story My name is Ben. I am 37 years old and from Pembroke, VA. I have 3 beautiful daughters: Jaiden (12), Jasmine (10) and Serenity (15 months). I grew up in a Christian home and was raised in Church. My grandfather was a pastor and...

Loving an addict is tough. Not only does the person go through ups and downs, but we go through them with the person as well. In most cases, if the situation gets too bad, we can leave. This isn’t always easy. But it is always an option. Abused spouses...