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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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Elaine Belue, Albuquerque NM

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My name is Elaine Belue. I am 42 years old. I am a cancer patient. I have had a very hard life. Drugs and prison played a big part in my life. I accepted Jesus Christ into my heart on December 26, 2007. I was in prison at the time. I was finally tired of living that life of my past I didn’t have any strength left until I asked Jesus to come into my heart. I have been clean now for almost 3 years. I am living at A Peaceful Habitation Program. I have been here 3 months. I never know that life could be so pleasing and peaceful. APH has given me the chance to learn and spend time with Christ Jesus. The Christian people that have been part of my life have been very encouraging and trusting to me. I have given now all my troubles to the Lord. I am going through another bout with cancer, but I have at the same time peace & joy, and trust that everything is going to be okay. The people here at APH are the people God has chosen for my life and they are a blessing. The structure, the bible studies, the friendship and love all go together in one. It’s awesome. I wouldn’t want to be anywhere else. Thank you Lord for giving this blessing.


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