Pastor Roy Farrell

Community Champion Addictions

Roy shared how people can help... -Please pray and if you can give anything from washing up liquid, toilet rolls or contribute towards their next building.  

Contact Roy or Danielle on

 vochurchliverpool@gmail.com

Pastor Roy Farrell and his wife Danielle are the Community Champions for Liverpool Catalyst focussing on seeing people breakthrough from Addictions.  They lead the ministry at Victory Outreach Church in Liverpool and Roy shared with us how Jesus set him free.  We asked how people can help?  Please pray and if you can give anything from washing up liquid, toilet rolls or contribute towards their next building.  Contact Roy on vochurchliverpool@gmail.com

PLEASE PRAY:

For the Church to wake up and be ready to love, help practically and to see the captives set free.
For those captivated by addictions to wake up and see there is a way out and there is hope of a better future 

Addictions are not just physical things - drugs; alcohol etc. Negativity & Depression can be addictive behaviours - they start off being in our control but the more we dwell on them - negative thoughts - depressive behaviours - the more they get a a hold on our lives. We get trapped in a certain way of thinking - our mindsets become programmed like a computer - we need to shut the programme down and re-boot! God has given us the tools /weapons for us to defeat the enemy's lies over our lives. The armouries of heaven are at our finger-tips - His Word is everything we need. He tells us to resist the  enemy and he WILL flee!! God is good and kind - be kind to yourself - forgive yourself and accept God's grace & forgiveness. Holy Spirit is your best friend - He is there to help you every minute of the day. LET HIM IN!!

Scriptures:

  • James 4:7 MSG .....Yell aloud no to the Devil and watch him scamper.

  • 2 Timothy 1:7 NLT .... For God has not given us a spirit of fear and timidity, but of power, love, and self-discipline.

  • 2 Corinthians 5:21 NLT .... For God made Christ, who never sinned, to be the offering for our sin, so that we could be made right with God through Christ.