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Reformers Unanimous -Break the Chains of Addiction

Hi, my name is Steve Curlington and I would like to tell you a little about myself. Most people would say I had the perfect upbringing. My Christian family attended church nearly every Sunday and put me through Christian school. However, within two years after graduation, I was addicted to cocaine and alcohol.

Addiction stripped me of all self esteem, a prosperous career, and crippled me with debt. At the age of 28, I nearly died in a drunk driving accident. With a punctured lung quicky drowning me in my own blood, I cried out to God, "I don't want to die!" My memory went blank from that point on. A lifesaving call to 911 rescued me from death. Later I would find the reasons for God's divine intervention that night.

Three months later, I stepped back into the church where I worshipped as a child. That is when God began to change my life. The lessons learned over the next six months are detailed during our meetings. At Reformer's Unanimous support group, we teach the different steps that lead to blessings from God. For me, those blessings consist of a beautiful wife, our precious children, a debt free life style, a career that led me to an executive position in the petroleum industry and now the Founder and Executive Director of the fastest growing, faith based, addiction program in America. God has done all of this. The best I could do for myself was a life crippled in addiction, debt and misery. Hear the "Steven Curlington Story" as produced by the radio show "Unshackled" by visiting