Moving Beyond the PastAddiction Free Forever
Part Two
Interview with Dennis Marcellino
Seattle Open Door Church

Pastor Richard Dover of Seattle Open Door Church interviews Dennis Marcellino regarding the topic of being Addiction Free Forever. Dennis was involved in the hippie movement of the 60's, growing up in San Francisco, and was in several bands (The Tokens, Rubicon, Sly and the Family Stone, The Elvin Bishop Group). Needless to say he had a variety of addictions. Dennis tried 20 different approaches to get addiction free. His 21st approach was to go to the Bible for answers. He has now been addiction free for 35 years. He knows what it means to be addiction free forever.

In Part Two Pastor Rich and Dennis talk about Steps 7-12 of the AA Twelve Steps. They talk about the biblical principles found in the steps (where they believe the steps fall short) and include principles that Dennis has found works in regards to becoming addiction free.

Addiction Free Forever-Part One
Addiction Free Forever-Part Two
Addiction Free Forever-Part Three

To learn about Dennis' Addiciton Free Forever Program and to obtain his Addiction Free Forever resources, go to www.addictionfreeforever.com.

Pastor Rich and Dennis both believe that a person must get beyond the AA concept of a god that a person understands. There is only one GOD, not a god made up by a person. He manifests Himself through Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit. Click Here for FAQ's on Christianity, how to have eternal life, and learn more about the True God.

Give Pastor Rich a call at 1-866-WANTGOD

Seattle Open Door Church
625 SW 149th St
Burien, WA 98166
www.sodc.tv