Last Mother’s Day, Sandy didn’t have much to celebrate. And at fifty-nine-years old, she could have given up hope.
Caught in the grip of addiction, Sandy traded everything good in her life for drugs. her home, her possessions…even her closest family relationships. Sandy hadn’t spoken with her daughter in eight years. Her granddaughter hardly knew her. Even Sandy’s ninety-year-old mom would not tolerate her behavior.
“It was too
much to even ask my mother to put up with me,” Sandy admits. But being turned away from her own mom’s home was a blessing in disguise, because it forced Sandy to seek the help she needed.
With no money and no friends willing to take her in, Sandy’s only hope was Knox Area Rescue Ministries.
“At a time when I didn’t love myself, I was met with such love,” Sandy says of her first impression of Knox Area Rescue Ministries. “I received a hot meal and a place to sleep, but this place is so much more.”
In desperate need of rescue from the stronghold of addiction, Sandy joined KARM’s Serenity residential recovery program for
women. She is putting in the hard work necessary to dig deep to see why she turned to drugs in the first place. She looked deep in the the broken places of her heart, and allowed Jesus to come alongside her and put these pieces back together.
And this Mother’s Day is very different.
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Hear Sandy’s story in her own words….