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New Beginnings Hosts National Day of Prayer for Recovery and Understanding

Updated: Nov 9, 2023

(Salem, KY) The New Beginnings Program at Livingston Hospital recently orchestrated a deeply meaningful event that resonated throughout the community. In honor of National Prayer Day for Recovery and Understanding, the program brought together a diverse group of participants, including individuals from the New Beginnings Programs, staff from Livingston Hospital, and representatives from various community agencies. The event was led by the Brother Ross Atwell, whose compassionate guidance and spiritual wisdom have been a cornerstone of support for those seeking recovery and renewal.


Under Brother Ross Atwell's prayer carried a profound resonance, touching the hearts of all in attendance. His words resonated with a powerful message of hope, healing, and understanding, providing solace for those on their journey towards recovery. The collective energy of participants from various walks of life, united in purpose, created a palpable atmosphere of empathy and support. This event was a testament to the power of communal prayer in fostering a sense of unity and strength for those navigating the often challenging path to recovery.


The National Prayer Day for Recovery and Understanding, hosted by the New Beginnings Program at Livingston Hospital, not only served as a moment of spiritual reflection but also as a testament to the unyielding commitment of the program to holistic healing. It was a day that reaffirmed the importance of compassion, empathy, and spiritual well-being in the process of recovery. The event's impact is sure to resonate long after the final prayer, leaving a lasting impression on all who were fortunate enough to be a part of this sacred gathering.



Paula Berry, Rose Demsey, Devon Atwell, Ross Atwell, Peggy Fraliex, Tyler Coleman and Teresa Robertson
Paula Berry, Rose Demsey, Devon Atwell, Ross Atwell, Peggy Fraliex, Tyler Coleman and Teresa Robertson




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