Darryl Strawberry talks addiction in Miami Valley

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Darryl Strawberry – New York Mets Professional Baseball

This is the Darryl Strawberry that we have all grown to love. With four World Series titles under his belt, while playing for the New York Mets and New York Yankees, and is a 2010 Hall of Fame Inductee, it’s an accomplishment many professional baseball players have not achieved.

But, with fame comes the temptation of drugs, women and other things like jail time. Like many athletes, these things are just part of their lifestyle and can easily get out of control, like did with Darryl Strawberry. But, who could predict that through addictions, abuse, divorces, two bought of cancer, and jail time, Darryl Strawberry and his wife, Tracy would start a ministry to help others overcome these issues to become God loving individuals. Well, that’s what happened.

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Darryl and Tracy Strawberry of Strawberry Ministries

In 2011, Darryl and Tracy Strawberry began Strawberry Ministries. 

They are now teaming up with Harvest Recovery Ministries and the Ohio Attorney General’s office to help with the epidemic of drugs and overdoses around the Miami Valley.

The Epidemic of Hope – A Night of Worship and Recovery will be making its way through the Miami Valley beginning March 4-6, during this free admission series.

Strawberry Ministries’ mission – “Restoring lives and relationships through the power of God and the process of change.”

 

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This will be a night of learning how to stop the cycle of the drug problem that has plagued the Miami Valley, especially Xenia and Middletown.

What to expect from this event:

*Learn about overcoming addition

*Prevent relapse

*How to help others and be a difference

*Lean practical and proven methods to become part of the drug epidemic solution

* Testimonies from recovered addicts

This event, “promises to be a night of education, enlightenment, equipping and hope that will glorify God and be a catalyst for change.

Schedule:

Sunday, March 4; 7-9 p.m.; AHOP, 282 Stelton Rd., Xenia
Monday, March 5; 7-9 p.m.; Beavercreek Nazarene Church, 1850 N. Fairfield Rd., Beavercreek;
Tuesday, March 6; 7-9 p.m.; Breiel Church of God, 2000 N. Breiel Blvd., Middletown

For free tickets, reserve your spot here.

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