Part 1 of 5: Joe Tarasuk Shares CrossRoads Freedom Center with Pastor Joey Vasquez

Joe shares CrossRoads Freedom Center and the impact they are having for those who are stuck in addiction in this first part video series with Pastor Joey Vasquez of Deep Waters Tabernacle in Ijamsville, MD.

Joe shares in the value the principles and ideas behind CrossRoads Freedom Center

1. Hope

2. God

3. Second Chances

4. Freedom

 

Listen in as Joe talks about each point of emphasis and how the role each one plays in the recovery of men overcoming various addictions.

 

 

Pastor Joey and Deep Waters Tabernacle

Pastor Joey Vasquez has been a friend and supporter of CrossRoads Freedom Center since we started our journey in 2011. He served as a member of our Board of Directors for a time and has been a constant source of encouragement and counsel. We are blessed that his newly founded church, Deep Waters Tabernacle, is a short few miles from CrossRoads! Our residents attend church there on Sundays and Prayer Meeting on Tuesday evenings. You can learn more about Deep Waters at www.deepwaterstabernacle.org.

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