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Bowling Green, KY

Changing Lives One Addict at a Time

I refuse to say what is really on my mind after that because I'm a Christian, but everyone has an opinion, always someone out there making a positive thing into a negative. I plan to help in all states. Where I reside has nothing to do with the fact that God has helped me and I chose to help others. I pray that God helps me help others regardless of one opinion. But I thank you anyway. God Bless  (Oct 9, 2012 | post #17)

Dexter, MO

Help me help others

http://www.youtube .com/watch?v=dm1s- luz4rg  (Oct 6, 2012 | post #1)

Dexter, MO

Stolen Wheelchair

We are not sure who took the chair Dexter pd found it in the middle of the road a couple blocks over from where it was taken.  (Oct 6, 2012 | post #9)

Dexter, MO

Stolen Wheelchair

Dexter pd came by my friends this morning with a wheelchair found a couple blocks over in the middle of the road. My friend checked the left brake where his was bent and sure enouph it was his. Thank you to who returned it.  (Oct 5, 2012 | post #6)

Dexter, MO

Stolen Wheelchair

Last night my best friend went to play pool in cape from 3:00 pm to 12:30 am. He had his wheelchair sitting outside as he usually does so that he can get back to his house from his truck or from whom ever he wrode withs vehicle. Sometime during his outing someone stole his wheelchair. You know it's really sad when people are willing to steal a wheelchair from someone who is disabled. It's not right for anything to be stolen, but to steal from someone disabled, plus to steal something that is used to get him from his truck into his home is even more rediculous. I don't understand why someone can be so crule. People these days have no morals. I ask that someone could help us find the person who has taken his chair and please return it. He really needs his chair. He has spina bifida. He has enough trouble with people using and abusing his disablility, but for someone to go so far as to steal the one thing he really needs is beyond me. I pray that the person who does this realizes that he has a lot of friends and he is not only known by many in this town, but he has people in his life that would give anything to get their hands on the inconsiderate ass hole who done this. He is in really good with the police department and has reported it stolen, so if the person who has done this wants to avoid trouble, it would be in their best interrest to drop it off where they picked it up. Thank you for reading and please help us find the inconsiderate individual who has done such a horrible thing.  (Oct 4, 2012 | post #1)

Dexter, MO

Changing lives one addict at a time

You are truely welcome. People like us can reach our dreams and goals, we just have to work a little harder. I am glad that I was able to touch you with my story. The encouragement from others helps me to persue this journey and makes me push even harder to help people like us.  (Oct 3, 2012 | post #9)

Dexter, MO

Changing lives one addict at a time

I'm glad you gave me this information. Actually, if you don't mind I have a few questions that I would like to ask you if you don't mind will you contact me at: [email protected]  (Oct 3, 2012 | post #7)

Bowling Green, KY

Changing Lives One Addict at a Time

Thank You, If you'd like you can veiw my video by going to youtube, search serenity in sobriety, by Kathy Johnson and it should bring up the video, if you still have problems viewing let me know, we can figure something else out. Thank you again. Encouragement, not only helps me in my recovery, but it also pushes me to help others even more. God Bless  (Oct 3, 2012 | post #7)

Dexter, MO

Changing lives one addict at a time

Thank You, I will do that, I am glad you informed me of this. If you don't mind, I could use as much information as possible on what it takes to get started.  (Oct 3, 2012 | post #6)

Bowling Green, KY

Changing Lives One Addict at a Time

This will start in Missouri and hopefully it will progress all over the world. My video is on youtube under serenity in sobriety by kathy johnson. Thank you for the complament. This is what pushes me to persue this journey.  (Oct 3, 2012 | post #6)