Benefit concert planned for Recovery Soldiers Ministry

Published 9:14 am Friday, March 30, 2018

First Baptist Church, Elizabethton, will host a benefit concert April 29 at 6 p.m. for the Recovery Soldiers Ministry.
Among individuals and groups performing are Loretta Bowers, Jamie Schaff, Beth Stevens, Emilee Whitehead, Jared Erwin, John Bunn, David Estep, Larry Jeffers, Community Choirs, and the Recovery Soldiers Ministry Choir.
A love offering will be received.
Recovery Soldiers Ministries was founded by Josh Scalf, who after years of the torments associated with drug addictions, has a powerful testimony of being set free by the power of Jesus Christ while in prison. He speaks to churches, ministers to families of those addicted, and works with recovering addicts as they progress to become productive members of society.
Among the missions of Recovery Soldiers Ministries is to funnel broken men and women whose lives have been stolen by addiction into faith-based recovery centers where they are mended by Christ; having the chains of their addictions broken.
The ministry operates out of a facility on the old Bristol Highway in the Biltmore community.

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