TT Fellowship - Freedom from addiction



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TT FellowshipInverness Bible Fellowship is pleased to sponsor a new ministry to those struggling with addictions and life-dominating habits.

"T T Fellowship" will begin meeting on

Monday, 30 April-2007 and

every following Monday evening

at 7:30pm 


the CYC, 12 Bank Street, Inverness.

FREE sausage rolls, coffee, and tea served at each meeting.

The meetings will be lead by Ronnie MacLean.  Ronnie knows firsthand what it is to struggle with addictions and physical cravings. But he also knows Jesus Christ and the power of His death and resurrection to deliver a person from these sinful addictions.

More information see a Flash presentation.

Leo Rose explains:

TT stands for "Turn To", and this fellowship exists for those who with to turn from their past ways, to refocus on the truth as a way out of their problematic bondage. Many people have experienced the reality of taking their eyes off their problem and have found relief.

"T T Fellowship" is the biblical 1-step plan of turning from anything or anyone else (including self) and turning to the Lord.

What we are saying is that there is an answer to your problem if you avail yourself of that answer. Don't turn in on yourself, turn to TT: come listen, hear, and share if you like.

Leaflets for church or group are available at no charge from:

Leo Rose
Inverness Bible Fellowship - A Calvary Chapel Church
Steading Cottage
Upper Cullernie Farm
Balloch, Inverness, IV2 7HU
Home Tel:  (01463) 798151


Editor 10/09/2008 10:35
The work of TT Fellowship is progressing very well, and to the point that Leo and Ronnie would find it very helpful if a Christian male were able to assist with general stewarding and building supervision duties at the sessions on Monday evenings.

If you feel a calling to this or just want further information, please be in touch with Leo (contact details in main article).

Meanwhile please pray for this work amongst those who are struggling with these issues of life-affecting problems.

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