Life Recovery

Alcohol & Chemical Treatment Series - First United Pentecostal Church - Cookeville, TN 
What is ACTS?
ACTS is a free, twelve week substance abuse program designed to equip each client with the tools necessary to break the bonds of addiction.
The Purpose
ACTS provides our community with a proven, faith-based pathway to becoming free from our addictive, compulsive and dysfunctional behaviors. ACTS is a curriculum-based, self-help recovery and educational program. It offers a holistic approach that encompasses the emotional, physical, and spiritual aspects of an individual or family.
The Program
Building a bridge between the world and the church gives those with addictions an added tool to use while in the fight to overcome their addictions by providing hurting people with an opportunity for spiritual growth. The Alcohol and Chemical Treatment Series (ACTS) is a ministry that reaches out to the community and offers this spiritual growth opportunity, following the example set forth by Jesus to show compassion to those in need.
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Jail Ministry - First United Pentecostal Church - Cookeville, TN
Jail Ministry
The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he hath anointed me to preach the gospel to the poor; he hath sent me to heal the brokenhearted, to preach deliverance to the captives, and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty them that are bruised, to preach the acceptable year of the Lord. ~Luke 4:18-19
This is truly the mission of those involved in the jail ministry through First United Pentecostal Church. It is our mission to bring light to those bound in darkness and blinded by the sins of their past.
This is certainly one of the areas where we put our motto to the test. We do believe that through Christ, everyone has a future and the past can soon be of no relevance.
Working along with God’s Jail Ministry of Putnam County, men and women of First Church minister twice each week to the men and women incarcerated in the Putnam County Jail. On occasion they also minister in the Overton County Jail.
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