ALCOHOLICS for CHRIST ~ Thursdays from 6-8 pm
God loves alcoholics, and here at FCFC, we do too! We have a vision and a calling to help people become completely free from alcohol and drug addictions. Why not make a step toward your freedom today?
Families and loved ones of alcoholics and those who were raised in alcoholic, substance abuse, or dysfunctional families are welcome also.
Contact Dave Young at 810-678-2726 or 810-667-0075 for more information.
Statement of Faith
AC is an inter-denominational, non profit, Christian fellowship that ministers to three groups: Alcoholics or Substance abusers, Family members- those who relate regularly with an alcoholic or substance abuser, and Adult Children – individuals who were raised in alcoholic, substance abuse or dysfunctional families. AC ministries is dedicated to the propagation of the gospel of Jesus Christ, as well as sharing His burden for the lost and hurting individuals.
We believe that “God as we understand Him” is the triunion God, “God the Father,” “God the Son,” and “God the Holy Spirit,” and by the acceptance of Jesus Christ as personal Savior, we receive eternal life. Jesus is the doorway to fullness of life in the Spirit and the means by which we can turn our lives and wills completely over to God.
This fellowship uses the Word of God as its primary source of direction.Those leading the meetings are all “Born Again,” compassionate Christians, dedicated to the service of Jesus Christ. Our chief goal is to direct and restore the alcoholic or substance abuser, the family member and the adult child to a sincere and dedicated relationship with Jesus Christ. Utilizing the written Word of God, they are made aware of the mighty tools available to them as born-again believers. Jesus begins by healing the inner man and working outward. We believe that as a person dies to self and is reborn to Christ (2 Cor. 5:17) he/she can be totally released from oppression and fear that have kept him/her in bondage. (John 8:36)
We encourage that a person stay active in their local A/C, AA, NA, ACOA, or other support group and continue to worship within their own body of believers. We suggest where there is no strong church ties existing, that the person becomes active in a Bible-believing church of his/her own choice.