Russell Weaver – A New Creation in Christ

Categories: Addiction Recovery, Overcomer Graduates

As I entered the lobby of Miracle Hill Overcomers Center recently, I was greeted by four men, one of whom towered head and shoulders above the rest.  That tall, unassuming man is Russell Weaver, currently employed at the Overcomers Center as part-time residential support and kitchen manager.  He was hired in December 2017, but his …

Read More

Drugs Couldn’t Fill the Emptiness

Categories: Addiction Recovery, Adult Ministries, Overcomer Graduates, Overcomers Center, recovery

My name is Daniel Coll and I was born in Tucson, Arizona. At six years old I and my family moved to Puerto Rico. My parents were strong Christians, and we attended a missionary church called Maranatha where I was saved at an early age.  We moved to Florida when I was 12 years old, …

Read More

A Change of Heart, Mind and Soul

Categories: Addiction Recovery, Adult Ministries, Homelessness, Men, Overcomer Graduates, Overcomers Center

Meet Jason Spears. He is articulate, educated, skilled and mild-mannered. But just like the next person, Spears is a work in progress.  The 48-year-old went from being a happily married construction manager making a six-figure salary to being broke, divorced and living in shelters. He needed more than a change of circumstances.  He needed a …

Read More

Miracle Hill Builds Transitional Housing Village

Categories: Addiction Recovery, Adult Ministries, Men, Overcomer Graduates, Overcomers Center, recovery

Miracle Hill’s mission and vision help us define what and how we do ministry to the hurting and lost of Upstate South Carolina. Some aspects of caring for the homeless, lost, and addicted are clearly defined in our organization’s culture. For instance, we provide food to the hungry, beds to the cold and weary, and …

Read More

Wade and Jade – Set Free to Love

Categories: Addiction Recovery, Adult Ministries, Miracles, Overcomer Graduates, recovery

Wade and Jade Cason are not your typical newlyweds.  Not long ago, they nearly lost their lives to the powerful grip of addiction.  But God had other plans. Wade began using drugs at a young age, and by the time he was 19 years old, he was a full-fledged heroin addict.  He thought his destiny …

Read More