Children participate in state Bible drill
Ministry helps women reclaim their lives
BATESVILLE – Kristi Spurlin serves as program director for W.A.R.P. 180, a residential addiction recovery program in Batesville tailored specifically to women who are dealing with substance abuse and chemical dependency issues. “W.A.R.P.” stands for “Women’s Addictions Resistance Project,” and “180” refers to the 180-degree turn the staff hopes to see the women make in their lives.
Read the full story in the Feb. 20 edition of the Arkansas Baptist News.
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