CR Ministry News
Upon their return from the CR Leaders Retreat on November 23rd, Will and Rose Ashley were appointed Evangelist and Women's Ministry Leader. They have been serving in the full time ministry since 1996. The Ashley's served faithfully in New York for four years and moved to Los Angeles in 2000 to redevelop the chemical recovery ministry in the South Central Region of the Los Angeles Church of Christ.
They currently oversee the East Cities/ Metro Heights Region and work in conjunction with CR ministries in 7 out of 9 regions. Their wisdom, experience and gentleness has encouraged, strengthened and instilled hope in many and, God willing, will continue to do so.
Friday, May 20, 2005 - 15:40:07
The Greater Philadelphia Church of Christ Chemical Recovery Ministry and One Day At A Time (ODAAT) are groups of faithful disciples bringing men and women to the Lord. ODAAT was founded in 1983 by Henry "The Rev" Wells. As a recovering addict, he saw the need to provide support for addicts who did not have money, health insurance or a place to live.
The Rev started ODAAT by he and his wife, Margret, inviting a recovering couple and other homeless addicts into their North Philadelphia home. The Rev and Margaret were shortly thereafter baptized into Christ and are currently members of the Greater Philadelphia Church of Christ (GPCC).
Friday, May 20, 2005 - 15:22:57
Toshiba has unveiled a prototype fuel cell that it hopes will become the power source for laptops in the future, BBC News reported Saturday. The fuel cell breaks down methanol (alcohol) to generate power, and Toshiba claims, that it will provide enough juice to run a laptop for about five hours. Future versions of the fuel cell should be able to power a laptop for about 10 hours.
Thursday, May 19, 2005 - 22:47:41
My name is Robyn Soerries. I was baptized into Christ in the San Diego Church of Christ in April, 2000. I quit smoking cigarettes one week prior to being baptized having smoked for 15 years. I had moved to California from Wichita, Kansas to get away from my life of drugs. I was a daily user of marijuana and also used cocaine weekly; daily if I could get it. I was too prideful to admit I needed help so I moved, thinking that if I didn't have any drug contacts, I would be forced to quit. This worked for my cocaine habit but I found marijuana in California quite easily.
Thursday, May 19, 2005 - 22:38:06