Welcome to Become Free! BecomeFree.org is simply a site to help those struggling with substance abuse. BecomeFree.org is a resource filtered through the Word of God, offering information on addiction and substance abuse treatment, helping people persevere in their Recovery. A place to come by and get recovery encouragement, advice and tips. To get information to help those with a loved one addicted to drugs. And most of all, a place to come and learn how to Become Free from addiction and Become the Difference!

BecomeFree.org was created from and by an addict. An addict who has been freed from the obsessive, addictive lifestyle by persevering daily through God’s grace. “I am freely giving what has been freely given to me. I am sharing what I have learned and continue to learn through experience, faith, truth and knowledge. I hope God blesses you in one way or another by reading this!”

Our Mission:  To Help Those Stuggling With Substance Abuse.  To Show That There Is A Way To Become Free From Drug Addiction Through The Power And Grace Of Jesus Christ.

Here you can become aware of how and why people become addicted.  Get resources on how to get help and become addiction free!

Administration Testimonial:  “I started smoking marijuana when I was around 22 and using heavier drugs in my late 20’s.  Oxycontin, cocaine, heroin, benzo’s; whatever my ‘friends’ had.  After a few months I quickly formed a love and an addiction for Oxycontin.  It became my passion, I lived for it.  Morning, noon and night I would think of ways of getting my fix.  I stole, lied, cheated and manipulated everyone around me.  Oxycontin controlled my life.”

“I used daily… up to 1000 mg’s a day just to function.  My tolerance grew week by week.  I couldn’t keep a job.  I couldn’t tell the truth.  I became a slave to my addiction.
I lost my house, my girlfriend, my business, vehicles repossessed; I sold all my personal possessions to get high.  I hurt everyone around me.  I hurt everyone who loved me.”

“I used for about 10 years.  Towards the end of my destructive path I became extremely depressed and suicidal; guilt, shame and anxiety entered my mind and I could not deal with this path any longer.” 

“Now, I have been a Christian just about most of my life. I thought I was living life on God’s terms, doing it MY way. But I wasn’t. I was living somewhat clean and riding very dirty. I had one foot on God’s boat and one foot in mine.
I tried medications, psychologists, doctors, anti-depressants… even getting away for a while to try and feel better but nothing worked.”

“I finally fully surrendered and let Christ into my heart during my stay at a rehabilitation center.  I successfully completed a 6 month and a two month program at the Salvation Army ARC. I actually went twice! I learned many things about myself each time.  The ARC, Adult Rehabilitation Center, provided counselors, classes and fellowship qualities to get structure and discipline back into my life. It took some time but I was being renewed; my thinking, my behaviors and my hearts desires; my old obsessive, destructive, addictive nature was transformed!”

“I surrender every day in one way or another, constantly persevering through His Grace, day by day. My recovery is filtered through the Word of God.  Today I do the best I can to help, inform and be a good example of what God can do in a life!”


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  1. Sebastian says:

    Great testimony! I look forward to really diving into your blog. Also, thank you for following my blog at Faith1st Ministries. I hope it has and will continue to be a major blessing in your life. May God richly bless you as you continue to write and blog. Please continue with us on this journey and remember to have Faith 1st because the “just shall live by his faith.” — Sebastian

  2. ptl2010 says:

    Wonderful testimony, wonderful words of life. Praise God! Keep being a blessing as you are blessed and continue to be blessed. All things are possible and He ( The Lord Jesus Christ) is awesome in His renewing of minds.

  3. TJ Petri says:

    Wow. Just wow. I feel like I just read my autobiography. Very glad you checked in to my site, and cant wait to connect sometime. This is very badly needed in the world we live in. Great site.


  4. Sharon says:

    What a wonderful ministry using what God has equipped you with. May He bless you greatly for freely giving what He freely gives. That blesses my heart so much when people give freely what God has freely given. Thank you for blessing me and I am passing your information on to a friend. Continually seeking Him, Sharon

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  7. […] wide, from local towns to faraway villages. One small but important story I’d like to share. My brother’s life was saved because his decision to check into a Salvation Army rehab. He was addicted, at the bottom […]

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