Living Free / Lifeline Connection
Clayton “Skip” Arp and Beth have served as US Missionaries since 1982. While in Kentucky, Skip helped to initiate a strategy to assist rural communities to reach the addicted and their families with Lifeline Connection! The National Board of Teen Challenge, USA adopted this strategy as their official nonresidential ministry now referred to as Teen Challenge Community!
1) Help Teen Challenge centers add nonresidential recovery ministry with Teen Challenge Community! “Offering hope to every addict!”
2) Help churches provide ministry to their own congregation and community through Living Free! “Facing life’s challenges together!”
3) Help churches come together in communities to offer Nonresidential Recovery through Living Free Community! “Offering hope to every community!
This strategy has 3 components, a Life-plan of Recovery, a Life-coach of Recovery, then providing Life-groups of Discipleship!
Nonresidential recovery ministry offers referrals to Teen Challenge; relationships to those in earlier stages of addictions; re-alignment for family members dealing with the pain of an addicted loved one, and re-establishment for ex-offenders and program graduates.
America’s drug epidemic and opiate addiction crisis is at an all time critical level, with even the Attorney General’s office in the state of Ohio asking for the churches help! Let’s step up and “make a difference”, Jesus is still the proven cure!
Living Free Representatives:
Western Kentucky Representative: Rev. Lisa Marshall Central Kentucky Living Free Representative: Rev. Neal Gordon Eastern Kentucky and KYAG Living Free Trainer: Rev. Tunya Adams
Contact & Support
Native American Bible College
Native American Bible College exists for the purpose of training men and women for Christian ministries in the church and to the Native American population. NABC provides Bible-centered courses and career training to prepare Christian workers for effective service at home and abroad. Dr. Wood received his Doctorate at Asbury Theological Seminary in Wilmore, Kentucky.
Contact & Support
A faith-based drug and alcohol recovery program for men and women 18 & up
At Teen Challenge of Kentucky, we believe that there is hope for every person trapped in addiction. Drug and alcohol use leads to feelings of guilt and despair, while the pain inside seems to be endless. At Teen Challenge, we offer a message of hope and freedom through a relationship with Jesus Christ. It is not just freedom from drugs or alcohol, but freedom from everything that would keep us from the destiny for which we were created. If you or a loved one needs help overcoming a life-controlling problem, we are here to help.
Teen Challenge of Kentucky operates three residential recovery programs:
Priscilla’s Place— Louisville: Priscilla’s Place is a year-long recovery program for women 18 and up. Priscilla’s Place offers support groups, personalized studies, GED opportunities and is located in two beautifully restored Victorian homes. Phone: (502) 561-2131
Chad’s Hope—Manchester: Chad’s Hope offers a 12-15 month recovery program for men 18 and up. Located in rural Clay County, Chad’s Hope is truly where hope begins. With space for 50 students, countless men are finding freedom at Chad’s Hope. Phone: (606) 599-9716
Contact & Support
Support Students in Kentucky
To make a donation to help reach the middle and high school campuses of Kentucky, click on the “Donate” button to the right for a secured site through the national office.
Campus & Ministry Partner Sites:
Youth Alive is a strong supporter and partner with ministries such as His Story (Book of Hope, USA), Speed The Light, Light For The Lost, BGMC, and Kentucky Youth Ministries, purposed to joining together and reaching the American campus with the Message of Hope.