“All I Want for Christmas Is…….a Smile!”

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Miranda, who moved into her own apartment in September and was reunited with her toddler in October got a much-desired Christmas surprise……dental work that restored her beautiful smile!  She was thrilled. The dental staff and Cathy Byrd could hear her … Read More

Business Women Encourage Titus 2 Residents

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Women co-workers from Acentria came to Titus 2 on Tuesday before Christmas to visit with the Titus 2 ladies and to bring gifts to them. Account Manager Lori Vickers led the project. Acentria is an independent agency striving to contribute … Read More

Christmas Eve Worship

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Some of the Titus 2 students and volunteers experienced the peace and beauty of a candlelight Christmas Eve service Thursday afternoon at 4 PM.   The sanctuary at Lynn Haven United Methodist Church was filled with families and individuals celebrating.  Extra … Read More

Christmas 2015

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This Christmas season has been a special blessing to the women in residence at Titus 2. They have enjoyed Christmas music programs, a party at First Church of God in downtown Panama City, gatherings in the home of friends, groups … Read More

What I Learned While Our Son Was Still Using Drugs – Part V

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Grace is the healing, saving, blessing activity of God in our lives. Grace is God being God. It is God with us. I learned grace in new ways while our son was still using. I experienced God with us in that dark time. God did not wait until we figured things out. God did not wait at all. God was with us through it all, in it all, extending healing, and blessing to us all. It was God’s grace that drew us into humility and honesty. It was God’s grace that gave us courage when our hearts grew faint with fear. It was God’s grace that taught us to entrust ourselves and our son to God’s loving care.

What I Learned While Our Son Was Still Using Drugs: Part IV

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Trust is the ability to rely on or depend on another person’s help and support and care. In the second step of the Twelve Steps we come to believe that a Power greater than ourselves can restore us to sanity. In the third step, we make the decision to turn our lives and wills over to the loving, capable care of God. We make the decision to trust God.

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