Conquering Addiction

Join us at one of our weekly Conquering Addiction meetings:

At Christian Life Center in Bensalem, Pa

3100 Galloway Rd Bensalem, Pa 19020

Friday’s at 7 p.m.

(In the back of the church. Follow signs.)

We’re excited to announce our New Meetings to support those in recovery or struggling with addictions in the Philadelphia area.

At Urban Hope Community Center 203 E. Tioga Street Phila., Pa 19234 on Thursday evenings at 7:00 p.m.

“I couldn’t. God could. So I let Him.”

RTR was Formed in Sept. 2008,  The Lord is using this ministry to reach and change hundreds of lives through guest speakers, bands, testimonies, music performances and celebrations and the Power of God’s Word!!


At every weekly meeting lives and hearts turn toward God for hope, healing and freedom. Ministry leaders and guest speakers, from all walks of life, share the Word and their personal testimonies. Through those from affluent families and those from the poverty of the inner city, we’ve seen that addictions don’t respect economic or demographic differences. They claim all equally. But we’ve also seen that the love of Jesus can overcome EVERY addiction and bring us all into the intimate, saving knowledge of God’s grace and mercy.

Conquering Addiction also helps place individuals seeking freedom for their addictions into Christ-centered treatment facilities and recovery programs–from PA to NJ to NC to FL. We have seen with our eyes and can testify that our Savior embraced those who were willing to turn their lives over to His capable hands.

We give thanks and praise for the blessings He poured, and continues to pour, on this ministry!


Check Out Recent Conquering Addiction Meetings


View more videos by Bob Sofronski by clicking here.


View more videos by Michael Howard by clicking here.


View more videos by Rick Cartegna by clicking here.


View more videos by Royce McKelvey by clicking here.




Why We Do This:

We praise our ever-merciful Lord for reaching a young man named Joe. Joe attended a Friday Conquering Addiction meeting, ostensibly to support his friend. In the middle of the message, Joe raised his hand and said, “From listening to you speak, I know that I have not lived a life that has been pleasing to God. How can I get Jesus in my life?” Joe accepted Christ that very night. The following Thursday at 2:30 in the morning, Joe was killed in a motorcycle accident. His grandmother shared with us that Joe had been reading his Bible every day that week and was uplifted and filled with the Holy Spirit. It is specifically because of people like Joe that this ministry exists today.


Prayers Needed:

Please remember in your prayers the 20 to 30 men and women who attend each Friday meeting. God has saved hundreds of souls and discipled hundreds more through these meetings. He has also allowed us to help countless men and women into rehabilitation facilities and to obtain housing . . . but, there are so many more who need a hand up. Pray that they find the resources they need and remain true on their paths with Christ.


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