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  1. Christians United Against Addiction Elders Hall Suite #110 - 7500 Germantown Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19119 215-248-0260 www.CUAA.org

  2. CUAAChristians United Against Addiction

  3. An Outreach Ministry ofNew Covenant Church of Philadelphia Bishop C. Milton Grannum, Ed.D., Ph.DRev. Hyacinth Bobb Grannum, D.D.

  4. Embracing the Next Level: Determined in Vision, Deliberate in Purpose

  5. SUPPORTING

  6. TEACHING

  7. TRAINING

  8. INFORMING

  9. EQUIPPING

  10. Board of Directors Rev. Ora L. Love - Executive Director Minister Adrienne Carter - Secretary Monty Walls - Ministry Coordinator Marla Davis - Development Consultant Pastor Sherry Jones Oudrey Love

  11. Founding Members Rev. Ora Love Thelma Williams Evang. Adrienne Carter Barbara Chamberlain Gwendolyn Osborne Victoria E. Kenney – (Dec’d) Dea. James A. Hairston – (Dec’d)

  12. In Loving Memory Victoria Elizabeth Kenney

  13. In Loving Memory Deacon James Alphonso Hairston

  14. In Loving Memory Deacon Lincoln Cooper

  15. Rev. Ora Love Rev. Ora L. Love was born in Tate County, Mississippi and reared in Memphis, Tennessee. She accepted the Lord Jesus Christ as her personal Savior when she was thirteen years old. Later in life, she was exposed to life experiences that helped to sensitize her to the plight of the needs of the wounded, needy and desolate people. She declared herself, “Sold Out” To God.

  16. Rev. Love was licensed to the Gospel Ministry in 1985. She has been an activist over the years, in community and political activities. Her community involvement is further extended as she speaks at numerous churches, workshops, and seminars for both youth and adults, especially in the area of addiction and recovery. She has received many awards in recognition of her community involvement, and her walk with the Lord.

  17. The History of CUAA In 1987, the six founders envisioned the Ministry of Christians United Against Addiction in response to the needs of born-again persons and their suffering family members, whose lives had been ravaged by the devastating effects of substance abuse. Essential to the Ministry is CUAA’s network of Family Addiction Support Groups, that create an outlet for victims of the recovery process to share experiences and to encourage one another through prayer and group support. These Support Groups meet around the City of Philadelphia.

  18. In twenty years, thousands of lives have been touched and changed. God has used the Ministry to repair many broken homes and families, by teaching and education on addiction and helping them to become rooted and grounded in His WORD.One of CUAA’s greatest accomplishments has been Support Group Ministry in Georgetown, SC, Mahpec, NY and Norristown, PA. Another is that CUAA has its own website. We can be found at www.cuaa.org.

  19. Over the years, CUAA has made many friends and supporters.

  20. CUAA friends and supporters

  21. CUAA Ministryand Outreach Programs

  22. Monday Night Meeting“Love U”

  23. CUAA Annual Christmas Celebration

  24. 2nd Saturday Workshop and Breakfast

  25. 2nd Saturday Workshop and Breakfast

  26. CUAA Annual Picnic

  27. CUAA Annual Picnic

  28. Annual Mother’s Day Breakfast

  29. 15th Anniversary Planning Committee

  30. CUAA Awards

  31. CUAA Awards

  32. CUAA’s “We Bring You Jesus” Radio Ministry Hosted by Evang. Adrienne Carter

  33. CUAA’s “We Bring You Jesus” Radio Ministry Hosted by Evang. Adrienne Carter

  34. CUAA’s “We Bring You Jesus” Radio Ministry Hosted by Evang. Adrienne Carter

  35. CUAA’s “We Bring You Jesus” TV Broadcast

  36. CUAA’s “We Bring You Jesus” TV Broadcast

  37. CUAA’s “We Bring You Jesus” TV Broadcast

  38. CUAA’s “We Bring You Jesus” TV Broadcast

  39. CUAA’s “We Bring You Jesus” TV Broadcast

  40. CUAA’s “We Bring You Jesus” TV Broadcast

  41. CUAA Continuing The Vision Today, CUAA Continues to Be an Effective God-given Instrument of Healing and Deliverance. The Ministry Continues to Grow and Allows the Will and Work of God to Transform and Restore His People.

  42. And the LORD answered me, and said, Write the vision, and make it plain upon tables, that he may run that readeth it.  For the vision is yet for an appointed time, but at the end it shall speak, and not lie: though it tarry, wait for it; because it will surely come, it will not tarry. ~ Habukkuk 2:2-3

  43. “We Bring You Jesus” Media Ministry Christians United Against Addiction Elders Hall - 7500 Germantown Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19119 215-248-0260 www.CUAA.org

  44. 2nd Saturday “Workshop”9:00 am – 12:00 noonNew Covenant Campus – Elders Hall

  45. “We Bring You Jesus” Media Ministry Christians United Against Addiction Elders Hall - 7500 Germantown Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19119 215-248-0260 - CUAA.org

  46. We Bring You Jesus Media Ministry Christians United Against Addiction PowerPoint Presentation Prepared by Sis. Carolyn Jones Sis. Margaret Anderson Bro. Monty Walls Audio Edited by Superior Sound Studio