The14th Annual Paducah Lifeline Ministries (PLM) and Ladies Living Free (LLF) Banquet will be held on Monday, August 27. Everyone is invited to join them in the Great Rom at the First Baptist Church of Paducah from 5:30 - 8:30 pm. Single tickets are still available for just $35 which includes a buffet dinner provided by Neil’s Catering.

The event will begin with a silent auction at 5:30 pm. The blessing will be given by Dr. Jeffery Taylor and dinner will be served immediately afterwards. The entertainment for the evening will showcase the talents of Anita Vance and the Ladies Living Free clients and graduates.

iLove ItTerrye Peeler, Executive Director of PLM will share the mission of this wonderful non-profit organization. Former residents and client will share their testimonies of hope. They’ll talk about how their lives changed and their futures transformed by the PLM programs.

The silent auction will be running concurrently with the dinner. It will feature a grill from Gander Mountain (a $400 value), a pair of stunning earrings from Michelson’s Jewelers (a $400 value), several exciting vacations, and much more! Congressman James Comer & Dr. Pat Withrow are the featured speakers for the fun filled evening.

Tickets are on sale until August 24. For more information, and to purchase your ticket please visit paducahlifelineministries.com,. You can also call 270.994.5089, or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Ladies Living Free & Lifeline Ministries

LLF is the ladies division of Paducah Lifeline Ministries, Inc. located in Paducah. The mission of the ministries is to offer freedom to individuals with life controlling problems through faith in Jesus Christ. They are committed to helping people learn to become responsible, accountable, stable and productive citizens as their lives are transformed by Jesus Christ.

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PLM helps individuals overcome their problems through a unique Christian residential facility. Their recovery program addresses the whole person: spiritual, emotional and physical. It incorporates the five components of recovery: accountability, boundaries, consistency, decision making and peer group choices.

 

Their program requires six months of residential followed by three months of aftercare. PLM services include a curriculum of the fundamentals of the Christian faith, biblical counseling, a Christian 12 step program and more. In aftercare clients are encouraged and counseled to continue applying the five components of recovery and the core value as of their program into their non-residential lives.

At PLM, the goal is that each individual not only graduates from the program, but discovers the purpose that God has for their life and brings that value to their community as a productive Christian citizen.

Dr. Patrick Withrow

iLove ItAfter practicing in an interventional cardiology practice for 25 years, Dr Patrick Withrow served as Chief Officer at Baptist Health Paducah. He now serves as the hospital’s outreach director and is Governor-Elect for The Kentucky Chapter of the American College of Cardiology (KY-ACC).

Among his many contributions, Dr. Withrow helped successfully advocate for a state law to mandate CPR training in Kentucky high schools, and he continues to drive forward needed public policy changes that will protect Kentuckians and prevent needless deaths due to smoking and drug use.

Dr Withrow has been working alongside Terrye Peeler for the last year and is currently serving on Paducah Lifeline’s planning committee that oversees their building fund project.

Congressman James Comer

iLove ItCongressman Comer represents the First District of Kentucky in the United States House of Representatives. He serves constituents in 35 counties - spanning from Western Kentucky to the south-central portion of the Commonwealth. He is committed to engaging and meeting with his constituents in his offices in D.C. and Kentucky, and during his first year in office, hosted town halls in every county in the district.

Prior to serving in Congress, he attended Western Kentucky University, majoring in agriculture. He then served six terms in the Kentucky State House and was the Kentucky Commissioner of Agriculture. Congressman Comer still operates Comer Family Farms in his hometown of Tompkinsville. He and his wife, T.J., have three children and are proud to call the First District of Kentucky home.