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Pamela Sifre, Albuquerque NM

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I must admit I didn’t know it at the time but the Lord saved my life December 13, 2003, the day I got arrested. This was not only the beginning of my recovery from alcohol and meth but my walk with my Heavenly Father. I’ve now been clean for 57 months. Praise God and I walk with the Lord in all I do. I know how to listen for the voice of the Lord and I know when I’m not feeling peace in my spirit. I need to take time out of the world and spend some time with God to hear what he has to say to me. So I can feel his peace again. While I was locked up I spent as much time as possible reading my bible and going to church. When Leticia Chavez-Paulette came to the prison to tell us about APH I knew that this is exactly where I need to be. I graduated APH August 27, 2008 and the past 6 months have been one blessing after another. My foundation in God has been reinforced. I’ve met so many wonderful people here and have been to so many amazing functions. Everyday I woke up here was a blessing. Thank you APH for this opportunity.I must admit I didn’t know it at the time but the Lord saved my life December 13, 2003, the day I got arrested. This was not only the beginning of my recovery from alcohol and meth but my walk with my Heavenly Father. I’ve now been clean for 57 months. Praise God and I walk with the Lord in all I do. I know how to listen for the voice of the Lord and I know when I’m not feeling peace in my spirit. I need to take time out of the world and spend some time with God to hear what he has to say to me. So I can feel his peace again. While I was locked up I spent as much time as possible reading my bible and going to church. When Leticia Chavez-Paulette came to the prison to tell us about APH I knew that this is exactly where I need to be. I graduated APH August 27, 2008 and the past 6 months have been one blessing after another. My foundation in God has been reinforced. I’ve met so many wonderful people here and have been to so many amazing functions. Everyday I woke up here was a blessing. Thank you APH for this opportunity.


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Lorena Lopez, Albuquerque NM

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I was twenty years of using meth due to a traumatized childhood. I couldn’t fight my fears so meth did it for me. At 19, I went to federal prison and, at 35, I went to state prison. In prison, I did all I could do to make a change in my life. My answer was turning my life over to God. So God put a ministry in my path.

A Peaceful Habitation ministry was the answer that led me to achieve my GED. And now I’m in college, and have been given the chance to be employed by the state of New Mexico Children, Youth, and Families Department (CYFD). I am working towards my Bachelor’s in Social Work.

God has given me a second chance at life. I have also been blessed with my children and grandchildren who love me dearly. I am exactly where I want to be in my life. I love to praise and worship to, “I Can Only Imagine” – the first song I learned to sing and dance to in prison. The words that touch my heart are, “I can only imagine what it would be like when I walk by your side.” OUR LORD AND SAVIOR IS BY MY SIDE AND I AM NOW FREE!


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