Church event reaches out to Golden community

Three local churches have come together to bring an important to Golden, the “Rockies” Teen Challenge BC.

Three local churches have come together to bring an important to Golden, the “Rockies” Teen Challenge BC.

The Rocky Mountain Alliance Church, Golden Pentacostal Tabernacle and the Golden Baptist Church are bringing the Teen Challenge tour to the Spirit Square on Aug. 21 at 6 p.m.

BC Teen Challenge is a faith-based residential program for men and women ages 19 and older, who are trapped in life-controlling addictions.

The program does not limit the term “addiction” to the abuse of drugs or alcohol, but any form of debilitating addiction.

The Aug. 21 event is aimed at reaching out to the community in Golden, specifically those trapped in addiction or those who have been affected by addiction.

In each of the seven communities visited during the tour, there will be an evening consisting of music, sharing, and powerful testimonies.

In Golden you’ll hear from current students, Teen Challenge alumni, supportive parents, and local believers. There will also be a panel called “Real Questions, Real Answers,” where presenters discuss your fears, concerns, and questions surrounding addiction, and freedom in Christ.

For more information go to www.bcteenchallenge.com.