Covid -19 – Advisory March 23, 2020
Pursuant to the Court order of County Judge Clay Jenkins (March 22, 2020), the Center for Spiritual Development will close as of noon midnight tonight (3/23/20) , CST. This closure will be in effect until such time as the County of Dallas rescinds the order. If you have any questions or concerns you can reach out to: Director@TwelfthStepMinistry.org or Call or Text our staff at 214-265-7192. We will post updates here and on our Facebook Pages.
Sterling Wiedemann died the morning of Wednesday, July 27 from an accidental drug overdose. Sterling didn’t want to die, Sterling didn’t want to be an addict. He denied it to his end. But he was unwilling to get the help he needed to survive. That help exists and is available to anyone who is willing to take it. Make a donation to celebrate a loved one’s survivorship, a special occasion or simply to recognize their courage in fighting the disease of addiction.
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Dr. Tom Shipp, the long time pastor of Lovers Lane United Methodist Church translated his calling to provide help and recovery for the alcoholic, by drawing on his community of faith to realize this mission.
Since the early 1990’s the Twelfth Step Ministry has been providing recovery and support services to community members in North Texas. Then in December 2005 the Twelfth Step Ministry was formalized and incorporated with it’s own board of directors.
11jul9:00 am10:00 amDA Prosperity - Debtors Anonymous phone/virtual meetings www.debtorsanonymous.orgA twelve-step program for debtors trying to recover from money problems and compulsive debt. Their primary purpose is to stop debting one day at a time and to help other compulsive debtors to stop incurring unsecured debt.
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