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Musicians & Artists Addiction Recovery thru Salvation

 

About Us

 

MAARS is a network of musicians and artists with former addictions gathering to speak into those seeking restoration through the love of Christ.

The primary difference is that the MAARS Network is rooted in Christ and was started by musicians and industry workers surrounded by the acceptable reality of drugs and alcohol. Many people involved in the arts, especially music can tend to have a rebellious side. The MAARS Network is no different – our mission and philosophy flatly rejects any other approach to healing that is not rooted in the teachings of Christ. The lion’s share of people who beat addiction and stay clean are those who decided to participate in complete healing - the mind, body, and the soul.

We (people) are more likely to listen to and take more seriously those who “speak our own language.” This is vital to those seeking truth and recovery and brings us together to fellowship with continued support, friendship, and encouragement through our journeys and testimonies. Conversations are meant to edify new connections and are not held in a room with chairs seated in a circle. Instead, we gather together after prayer, over food, talking about guitars, or simply sharing this experience. 

Music continues to be one of the most influential art forms in the world and, as a result, musicians are one of the most studied and admired groups of people in the world.  

Being the center of attention can also be a source of isolation and a powerful distraction from addressing our own inner needs and sense of personal and spiritual identity.

 

Video Testimonies

Jamihla Young

Jamihla talks about the struggle of getting clean and her long time misunderstanding of God’s forgiveness. 

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Eddie Spiers

Eddie had a radical spiritual experience with God. His life was renewed, his heart reborn and his focus in life greatly sharpened. His deeply moving testimony can be seen here.

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Kip Morris

Kip talks about tradegy and loss that spirals into personal struggles.  

His video testimony can be seen here. 

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dwight & Drew

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MAARS Community SPARK

Ohio Statehouse | Saturday, October 13th, 2018

maars spark welcome

Pastor Drew Collins welcomes you to the Community Spark Event.
Filmed October 13, 2018 at The Ohio Statehouse in Columbus Ohio.

Jessie Coe

Jessie tells her story of growing up in an addictive family - starting hard drugs before age 12 and her ongoing journey to find Christ. Filmed at the MAARS Community Spark Event.

debbie burrell

Debbie tells her story of how Jesus literally pulled her from the dirt of addiction, seeing the amazing, unbelievable changes in her life, raising her young son, facing regret and much more...Filmed at the MAARS Community Spark Event.

stacey young

Stacey tells her story of facing her daughter’s self destructive addiction, attracting, and being attracted by those dealing with addictions and how Christ has helped her find her way through the madness. Filmed at the MAARS Community Spark Event.

mann

Mann is an amazing guy we met at the MAARS Community Spark Event. He tells his inspiring story filled with advice and hope.

Audio Testimonies

 

  Jamihla Young   Delivered from a party life style of binge drinking, Jamihla found purpose and direction in life after coming to Christ. Before getting clean, she often found herself in the wrong place at the wrong time – in the middle of gunfire, auto accidents and other terrifying circumstances that gave her a sense of hopelessness and loss of will to go on.  Jamihla is now a licensed paramedic/EMT and has worked in the healthcare industry for 10 years, including drug counseling, spiritual mentorship, and volunteer work through her church and street missions.  She is a continuing pillar of strength in the MAARS Network for helping to save the lost. Her video testimony can be seen here.  All Right Reserved Copyright 2018 MAARS Alive Network   jamihlayoungmaars@gmail.com   or contact 614.816.0670

Jamihla Young

Delivered from a party life style of binge drinking, Jamihla found purpose and direction in life after coming to Christ. Before getting clean, she often found herself in the wrong place at the wrong time – in the middle of gunfire, auto accidents and other terrifying circumstances that gave her a sense of hopelessness and loss of will to go on.

Jamihla is now a licensed paramedic/EMT and has worked in the healthcare industry for 10 years, including drug counseling, spiritual mentorship, and volunteer work through her church and street missions.

She is a continuing pillar of strength in the MAARS Network for helping to save the lost. Her video testimony can be seen here.

All Right Reserved Copyright 2018 MAARS Alive Network

jamihlayoungmaars@gmail.com

or contact 614.816.0670

  Eddie Spiers   At a young age, Eddie's influences were music and drugs - smoking pot and drinking. Eventually, he plunged heavily into the alcohol . . . and drowned there (or so it would seem). Although his love for music would drive him into learning how to play guitar (and many other instruments) he would soon learn just how commonplace it is for drugs and booze to always be on hand in the band environment. Broken relationships, deep regrets and patterns of problematic behavior would ultimately find him writing his first suicide note.  In the throws of contemplating the downward spiral into death and darkness, Eddie heard a calling. A powerful calling.  Eddie had a radical spiritual experience with God. His life was renewed, his heart reborn and his focus in life greatly sharpened. He is now working in church leadership, leadership in prison ministry, acting, writing, and recording music and cherishes his wife, daughters, and his relationship with Christ.  Eddie is a powerful part of the MAARS Network, dedicated to reaching out and saving the lost. His deeply moving testimony can be seen here.   eds4torch@gmail.com

Eddie Spiers

At a young age, Eddie's influences were music and drugs - smoking pot and drinking. Eventually, he plunged heavily into the alcohol . . . and drowned there (or so it would seem). Although his love for music would drive him into learning how to play guitar (and many other instruments) he would soon learn just how commonplace it is for drugs and booze to always be on hand in the band environment. Broken relationships, deep regrets and patterns of problematic behavior would ultimately find him writing his first suicide note.

In the throws of contemplating the downward spiral into death and darkness, Eddie heard a calling. A powerful calling.

Eddie had a radical spiritual experience with God. His life was renewed, his heart reborn and his focus in life greatly sharpened. He is now working in church leadership, leadership in prison ministry, acting, writing, and recording music and cherishes his wife, daughters, and his relationship with Christ.

Eddie is a powerful part of the MAARS Network, dedicated to reaching out and saving the lost. His deeply moving testimony can be seen here.

eds4torch@gmail.com

  Dwight Farmer   A career musician, Dwight has worked in the music industry his whole life. Having his first taste of alcohol at the tender age of three, his path would graduate into higher potencies of substances as his work efforts saw him gaining ground in music. In the peak of his career, his crack and alcohol addiction cost him everything. He was broke, homeless and suffering three-day bouts on the streets and sleeping in back yards to recover from binging on crack, alcohol and many other drugs. Taken in by a former friend who felt sorry for him, Dwight wound up at a church meeting with his friend that would radically change his life. In the blink of an eye, from that day forward, he found Christ and never touched drugs or alcohol again.  Dwight is now several years clean, saved and married to the Pastor’s daughter of the very church where he was set free with two beautiful children. After meeting Christ Dwight went on to be formerly educated in film and continues to serve the church as Media Director and musician. He has several film credits to his name and continues to work on Christian films, write/record music and advancing the MAARS cause. Dwight is one of the driving engines in the MAARS Network and deeply dedicated to saving others from addiction, through freedom in Christ. His testimony, in part, can be seen in the interview with him and Drew Collins here.   dwight@maars.vvsmith.com

Dwight Farmer

A career musician, Dwight has worked in the music industry his whole life. Having his first taste of alcohol at the tender age of three, his path would graduate into higher potencies of substances as his work efforts saw him gaining ground in music. In the peak of his career, his crack and alcohol addiction cost him everything. He was broke, homeless and suffering three-day bouts on the streets and sleeping in back yards to recover from binging on crack, alcohol and many other drugs. Taken in by a former friend who felt sorry for him, Dwight wound up at a church meeting with his friend that would radically change his life. In the blink of an eye, from that day forward, he found Christ and never touched drugs or alcohol again.

Dwight is now several years clean, saved and married to the Pastor’s daughter of the very church where he was set free with two beautiful children. After meeting Christ Dwight went on to be formerly educated in film and continues to serve the church as Media Director and musician. He has several film credits to his name and continues to work on Christian films, write/record music and advancing the MAARS cause. Dwight is one of the driving engines in the MAARS Network and deeply dedicated to saving others from addiction, through freedom in Christ. His testimony, in part, can be seen in the interview with him and Drew Collins here.

dwight@maars.vvsmith.com

  Pastor Drew Collins   Drew enjoyed success in the music industry until the use of alcohol took complete control of his whole life. Having used drugs such as cocaine, LSD and other narcotics, his primary weakness was alcohol. Exhibiting many types of erratic and destructive behaviors, he lived with and allowed alcohol to sever ties with all musicians he had worked with, destroy his marriage and run him into financial ruin. This path was taken as functioning alcoholic as Drew would continue to work in several facets of the entertainment industry. Existing in a cloud of delusional narcissism, one day he felt called to walk away from all of it and serve God. He walked out of art school and drove to Ohio Christian University to enroll in Leadership & Ministry. He fought the battle, got clean, found Christ and never looked back.  Drew has worked in the entertainment industry for 35 years as a musician, film and theatre actor, writer, stand-up comedian and former Entertainment Director for  Dick Clark Productions . Formerly educated in theatre and the arts, Drew also holds a degree in Leadership & Ministry and is a licensed/ordained Pastor. He is the director of MAARS and driven to save as many as he can through salvation in Christ. His testimony can be seen, in part, in the interview with him and Dwight Farmer here.   pastordrewmaars@gmail.com

Pastor Drew Collins

Drew enjoyed success in the music industry until the use of alcohol took complete control of his whole life. Having used drugs such as cocaine, LSD and other narcotics, his primary weakness was alcohol. Exhibiting many types of erratic and destructive behaviors, he lived with and allowed alcohol to sever ties with all musicians he had worked with, destroy his marriage and run him into financial ruin. This path was taken as functioning alcoholic as Drew would continue to work in several facets of the entertainment industry. Existing in a cloud of delusional narcissism, one day he felt called to walk away from all of it and serve God. He walked out of art school and drove to Ohio Christian University to enroll in Leadership & Ministry. He fought the battle, got clean, found Christ and never looked back.

Drew has worked in the entertainment industry for 35 years as a musician, film and theatre actor, writer, stand-up comedian and former Entertainment Director for Dick Clark Productions. Formerly educated in theatre and the arts, Drew also holds a degree in Leadership & Ministry and is a licensed/ordained Pastor. He is the director of MAARS and driven to save as many as he can through salvation in Christ. His testimony can be seen, in part, in the interview with him and Dwight Farmer here.

pastordrewmaars@gmail.com

 Pastor Al Myers  Pastor Al glorifies God daily and works diligently to share the gospel with as many ears that will hear. The third Friday of each month, Al brings an alternative to the bar scene for musicians (and non-musicians) by opening the doors to a worship gathering featuring guest musicians, speakers, and an open stage located in Delaware at Open Door Ministry, 9 W. Winter St.  Come join us at 7 p.m. Open to the public.  A time of fellowship and music.

Pastor Al Myers

Pastor Al glorifies God daily and works diligently to share the gospel with as many ears that will hear. The third Friday of each month, Al brings an alternative to the bar scene for musicians (and non-musicians) by opening the doors to a worship gathering featuring guest musicians, speakers, and an open stage located in Delaware at Open Door Ministry, 9 W. Winter St.

Come join us at 7 p.m. Open to the public.

A time of fellowship and music.

 
 Kip Morris  In addition to drowning in a relentless culture of self-indulgence while simultaneously maintaining a driven work-ethic, Kip was struck by tragedy, resulting in a comatose state. His life and, more specifically, journey to Christ was the resulting aftermath of a series of compelling life circumstances.  Kip now champions his faith to reach the lost with all of his available resources – his time, money, wisdom, and testimony. He remains heavily active in mentoring others lost in addiction and, through his business, gives many new opportunities to those seeking freedom and salvation in Christ. Kip is a strong partner to the MAARS Network.

Kip Morris

In addition to drowning in a relentless culture of self-indulgence while simultaneously maintaining a driven work-ethic, Kip was struck by tragedy, resulting in a comatose state. His life and, more specifically, journey to Christ was the resulting aftermath of a series of compelling life circumstances.

Kip now champions his faith to reach the lost with all of his available resources – his time, money, wisdom, and testimony. He remains heavily active in mentoring others lost in addiction and, through his business, gives many new opportunities to those seeking freedom and salvation in Christ. Kip is a strong partner to the MAARS Network.

  Carl Sliwinski   A journey from the minor drugs into a life enslaved by heroin, Carl has been in the darkest corners of life while those around him were helpless in stopping the suffering.  Carl is now clean, has a family and has been active for five years in the church, helping to save others.  Most recently, he has been speaking/preaching via internet to a Christian church group in Pakistan focusing on addiction and is volunteering here at MAARS to help others in addiction.  His audio testimony can be heard here.

Carl Sliwinski

A journey from the minor drugs into a life enslaved by heroin, Carl has been in the darkest corners of life while those around him were helpless in stopping the suffering.

Carl is now clean, has a family and has been active for five years in the church, helping to save others.

Most recently, he has been speaking/preaching via internet to a Christian church group in Pakistan focusing on addiction and is volunteering here at MAARS to help others in addiction.

His audio testimony can be heard here.

  Eric Lewis   A Pastor’s son, Eric grew up rebelling against what he thought society “expected of him.” Starting to use cocaine in high school, he went on to become a drug dealer and getting involved with home invasions to collect drug debts. After destroying relationships with his family, he survived getting shot three times and miraculously survived. Eric finally put his life in line with God…and his family.  Finishing college and moving into seminary, Eric is now a Pastor and works for the Lord in reaching the lost. He has restored his relationship with his family and remains a powerful force in the lives of many. His audio testimony can be heard here.   elewis201136@gmail.com

Eric Lewis

A Pastor’s son, Eric grew up rebelling against what he thought society “expected of him.” Starting to use cocaine in high school, he went on to become a drug dealer and getting involved with home invasions to collect drug debts. After destroying relationships with his family, he survived getting shot three times and miraculously survived. Eric finally put his life in line with God…and his family.

Finishing college and moving into seminary, Eric is now a Pastor and works for the Lord in reaching the lost. He has restored his relationship with his family and remains a powerful force in the lives of many. His audio testimony can be heard here.

elewis201136@gmail.com

  Angellina Cherries Micheli   Angellina comes from a path that started with alcohol, went on to heroin and eventually led to a life of gangs, drug dealing, violence, and decadence.  Walking in absolute darkness, she came to feel the warmth of God in her life and was given new eyes to see the world around her and how she could be a powerful force in the lives of others…once she decided to trust Christ.  Angellina is now a huge assist to the MAARS Network in reaching out to and talking with the lost. She is on fire for God and more than willing to let her spiritual, infectious enthusiasm work in the lives of all who come in contact with her. Her audio testimony can be heard here at maarsalive.org. You can contact Angellina through her facebook page:    https://www.facebook.com/angell.micheli

Angellina Cherries Micheli

Angellina comes from a path that started with alcohol, went on to heroin and eventually led to a life of gangs, drug dealing, violence, and decadence.
Walking in absolute darkness, she came to feel the warmth of God in her life and was given new eyes to see the world around her and how she could be a powerful force in the lives of others…once she decided to trust Christ.

Angellina is now a huge assist to the MAARS Network in reaching out to and talking with the lost. She is on fire for God and more than willing to let her spiritual, infectious enthusiasm work in the lives of all who come in contact with her. Her audio testimony can be heard here at maarsalive.org. You can contact Angellina through her facebook page:


https://www.facebook.com/angell.micheli

  Andy Foley   Andy Foley grew up in Ohio and was exposed to alcohol at an early age. By the time he was in his junior year of high school, Andy became heavily involved in drinking and smoking pot. In just two young years prior, Andy was the president of the high school drama club, writing scripts of short stories and plays. He was a percussionist in the marching band for six years and active in sports, especially, boxing. But Andy’s pursuit of alcohol, amphetamines, and marijuana began to take precedence in his life and diminished his goals and passion for anything other than partying. Andy writes, “I couldn't tell you how many times I was high on booze and speed during my junior high and high school years.” From that point on he walked away from most of his motivations in a life.  His several struggles to “clean up” were not holding, but Andy developed a focus on honing his skills towards amateur golden glove boxing while he continued to party. Nothing had changed, in fact, even after an accidental overdose; Andy’s addiction had worsened. Attempting to run away from his troubles, (how do you run away from yourself?) he moved to Texas and started working in a familiar, comfortable scene as a bartender in a night club.  Seven months go by when Andy finally has a light of hope; he met a woman who would eventually become his wife. What’s the movie line? “You make me want to be a better man . . .” Andy thought he would change jobs and this would help to “straighten” out his problems. Six years into the marriage and two children later, the light of hope and marriage were suffering and his wife filed for a divorce. Andy stated that this is what got his attention - but only after having a pity party by being drunk for 10 days every night.  While his soon-to-be-ex-wife was watching a preacher on the television, something the preacher said caught Andy’s attention. The TV evangelist said, “Jesus forgives and forgets!” So, Andy cried out for Jesus to set him free and asked for help. On that June day in 1983, Andy was set free! God did get his attention and removed Andy’s addictions. Andy became licensed in ministerial studies and began working as an evangelist and a leader of prayer teams.  Thirty-five years later, Andy is reaching out to tell his story and actively involved in ministry and preaching the gospel.  Thank God for whom the SON sets free is free indeed!   ajfoley65@gmail.com

Andy Foley

Andy Foley grew up in Ohio and was exposed to alcohol at an early age. By the time he was in his junior year of high school, Andy became heavily involved in drinking and smoking pot. In just two young years prior, Andy was the president of the high school drama club, writing scripts of short stories and plays. He was a percussionist in the marching band for six years and active in sports, especially, boxing. But Andy’s pursuit of alcohol, amphetamines, and marijuana began to take precedence in his life and diminished his goals and passion for anything other than partying. Andy writes, “I couldn't tell you how many times I was high on booze and speed during my junior high and high school years.” From that point on he walked away from most of his motivations in a life.

His several struggles to “clean up” were not holding, but Andy developed a focus on honing his skills towards amateur golden glove boxing while he continued to party. Nothing had changed, in fact, even after an accidental overdose; Andy’s addiction had worsened. Attempting to run away from his troubles, (how do you run away from yourself?) he moved to Texas and started working in a familiar, comfortable scene as a bartender in a night club.

Seven months go by when Andy finally has a light of hope; he met a woman who would eventually become his wife. What’s the movie line? “You make me want to be a better man . . .” Andy thought he would change jobs and this would help to “straighten” out his problems. Six years into the marriage and two children later, the light of hope and marriage were suffering and his wife filed for a divorce. Andy stated that this is what got his attention - but only after having a pity party by being drunk for 10 days every night.

While his soon-to-be-ex-wife was watching a preacher on the television, something the preacher said caught Andy’s attention. The TV evangelist said, “Jesus forgives and forgets!” So, Andy cried out for Jesus to set him free and asked for help. On that June day in 1983, Andy was set free! God did get his attention and removed Andy’s addictions. Andy became licensed in ministerial studies and began working as an evangelist and a leader of prayer teams.

Thirty-five years later, Andy is reaching out to tell his story and actively involved in ministry and preaching the gospel.

Thank God for whom the SON sets free is free indeed!

ajfoley65@gmail.com

  Asif Bernard   Asif Bernard is an Evangelist, Educator, Former Musician, & Gospel Singer in Pakistan. He is working in cities, villages, & poverty stricken areas. Asif dedicates his life to working with addictions & Christian youth in teaching the dangers of substance abuse of any kind by working with them daily to motivate and encourage back to normal life. He and his team arranges addiction meetings and show them love, care, and compassion of Jesus Christ.

Asif Bernard

Asif Bernard is an Evangelist, Educator, Former Musician, & Gospel Singer in Pakistan. He is working in cities, villages, & poverty stricken areas. Asif dedicates his life to working with addictions & Christian youth in teaching the dangers of substance abuse of any kind by working with them daily to motivate and encourage back to normal life. He and his team arranges addiction meetings and show them love, care, and compassion of Jesus Christ.

  Jessie Coe   I am a 31 year old female that has had the privilege of experiencing good and bad throughout my lifetime. I was raised in a middle class family. Both of my parents raised me to work hard, to be responsible, and to help others. Though my parents provided me with good character and values, my parents also suffer from alcoholism. Since I grew up in an alcoholic home I was never attracted to alcohol. Alcoholism is in both sides of my family, but when I was growing up I was more interested in using drugs.  I battled with drug addiction and promiscuity throughout my teenage years. Through the drug addiction I always knew that I would eventually move on to bigger and better things. When you use drugs, you partake in high risk behaviors. These high risk behaviors put me through other challenges that I had to endure. During these times I lost my faith in a higher power. Once I reached adulthood I slowly got my life together.  Now I am a licensed Social Worker at an emergency department. Previous to this job, I worked 10 years in community mental health and drug/alcohol treatment. Since I have achieved my ultimate goal of working in an emergency department I would like to take more leisure time to help others outside of work. I have been privileged to meet a coworker that informed me of your organization and your cause. This coworker has helped me realize that God has put me here to help others heal. I had to endure all that pain when I was younger to be right here where I am today. Honestly I have just begun to find my faith in a higher power again. I would like to continue to find my faith again so that I can feel whole. Along my journey if there is anything that I can do to help in the beginning chapters of this cause I would be delighted to help others.

Jessie Coe

I am a 31 year old female that has had the privilege of experiencing good and bad throughout my lifetime. I was raised in a middle class family. Both of my parents raised me to work hard, to be responsible, and to help others. Though my parents provided me with good character and values, my parents also suffer from alcoholism. Since I grew up in an alcoholic home I was never attracted to alcohol. Alcoholism is in both sides of my family, but when I was growing up I was more interested in using drugs.

I battled with drug addiction and promiscuity throughout my teenage years. Through the drug addiction I always knew that I would eventually move on to bigger and better things. When you use drugs, you partake in high risk behaviors. These high risk behaviors put me through other challenges that I had to endure. During these times I lost my faith in a higher power. Once I reached adulthood I slowly got my life together.

Now I am a licensed Social Worker at an emergency department. Previous to this job, I worked 10 years in community mental health and drug/alcohol treatment. Since I have achieved my ultimate goal of working in an emergency department I would like to take more leisure time to help others outside of work. I have been privileged to meet a coworker that informed me of your organization and your cause. This coworker has helped me realize that God has put me here to help others heal. I had to endure all that pain when I was younger to be right here where I am today. Honestly I have just begun to find my faith in a higher power again. I would like to continue to find my faith again so that I can feel whole. Along my journey if there is anything that I can do to help in the beginning chapters of this cause I would be delighted to help others.

mission

 

  What’s the point?  To enable us to live to our fullest potential and to destroy the lies that deceive our minds and hearts.    What’s the goal?  To build a healed, Christ-centered, population that lives in truth and participates in expanding that truth to a world desperately in need of healing.

What’s the point?
To enable us to live to our fullest potential and to destroy the lies that deceive our minds and hearts. 

What’s the goal?
To build a healed, Christ-centered, population that lives in truth and participates in expanding that truth to a world desperately in need of healing.

STATEMENT

Driven by artists and community, the MAARS Network is here to serve all seeking freedom from addiction. 

Recognizing the severity of substance abuse in our world, we approach the entire problem - a sin problem - a problem of the heart. Not a “victim” problem.

We are here as an ear for the hurting, an eye for the blind, a hand for the lost and a friend for the journey. 

The MAARS mission will aggressively reach out into society and offer sound Biblical reasoning and testimonies, standing and operating under the examples set by Christ, while seeking solutions in God’s patterns of always taking something bad and using it for something good. In the case of the addict, through salvation, this means new life and purpose. 

MAARS is not merely another counseling resource. We seek to empower those escaping addiction by keeping them involved in ongoing efforts of improving the world around us through volunteering, the arts (performing and visual) and the Gospel. 

ADDICT: A word the Romans used.

It means “SLAVE."

 

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In Action Overview

If you think you are not redeemable, YOU ARE WRONG!

Jesus came to save us from ourselves and heal the broken.

YOU ARE WORTHY!  YOU ARE SIGNIFICANT!  YOU ARE LOVED!

 
 

Jamihla and Jessie Hitting The Streets

 

by Danae King

The Columbus Dispatch

Published July 01, 2018



   Asif Bernard

Asif Bernard

Confronting Addiction in Pakistan 

Many risk their lives to attend these services in secret in one of the most difficult areas of the world to openly walk in the Christian faith. The chief organizer and man responsible for leading this glorious effort is Asif Bernard.

This is accomplished using the Facebook Messenger video call feature (we would encourage you to experiment with using this feature prior to using it for the service). This is a life-changing experience and will deeply move you - just ask Carl or Pastor Drew!

Anyone interested in preaching the Gospel or sharing their testimony in a Pakistani service should contact Asif through his facebook page.


https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001421235646


A "Captive" Audience? 

Eddie Spiers. A man after the heart of GOD and relentless. This is an excerpt from Eddie's own thoughts regarding Prison Ministry (Kairos Torch) . . . 

Destiny,

do you have one, do you want one? 

"Twenty years ago if you had asked me what would really fill up my heart and being, I would have probably told you that being a professional musician was the thing. I might have told you many other things as well, but I had no concept in my mind that prison ministry was the real answer. Crazy!"
   Ed Spiers

Ed Spiers

Click here to read more of Eddie’s involvement with Kairos or how you can support and get involved.