I started off using drugs at an early age (12 years old) in my life; in time it became my life. I was desperate and tired of the lifestyle. I had been praying for God to deliver me. I confessed my drug use to my boss who referred me to help which mysteriously led me to Tommy D. & Larry L. They have been walking beside me every since through my recovery… I believe God sent them. –Fred B.
Next Right Step taught me, with a loving hand, the difference between ritualistic religion and a relationship with our Father. And essentially the 12 steps are God’s way of living anyway since we are all in recovery from something. It gave me great comfort for my pastor to show his addiction with such openness and honesty.
And he said to them, “FOLLOW ME” —Matthew 4: 19 Here we confront two mutually exclusive, diametrically opposed if-then statements, each claiming to be true. The first is from the enemy and goes like this: if we chase created things—wealth, status, sex, power —then our […]
As followers of Jesus Christ we are called to be His witness, as we are going in our daily lives, within the area of influence God has assigned to us. That area of influence (2 Cor. 10:13) represents the Personal Mission Field to which GOD has […]
Tennesseans are hurting. We all know someone who could benefit from support in their recovery journey. This conference reminds us there is power in the pews. We are excited about this conference being held at our home church, West End Church of Christ on February 23rd. […]
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A message from Next Right Step Director, Tommy Daniel
Next Right Step is a Christ-centered, Bible-based, honest and open friendship ministry desiring to assist recovery--knowing we are all recovering from something. All of us need one another for support as we strive to find a better way--a healthier, cleaner, more Godly life. We need people around us, with us, loving us, modeling a way of living for which we strive as prescribed by God’s Word. For 10 years Next Right Step has reached to God for guidance to be His servant to our community, reached out to those seeking their next right step, reached in to heal and strengthen. Your donations to the work of Next Right Step provide for group meetings, transportation, hospitality, Recovery Bibles, study materials, individual financial support to overcome obstacles to recovery, treatment aid, fellowship events, media support and equipment...to name some our outreach efforts and ongoing needsTommy Daniel