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We want to express our deepest gratitude for your prayers and support! They mean so much for us and the entire New Life ministry! In August, our rehab ministry turned 4 years old! We cannot be happier to witness how powerful our mighty Lord has been working in this place! We had the privilege of serving God's people, who were forgotten and abandoned by their families die to their drug and alcohol use. The losses brought by these deadly substances on our nation, families and individuals is devastating. Intervening and dragging as many souls as possible from these deadly forces has been our motivation and heart of of the ministry.

Recently, drug addiction has become a prevalent issue in Georgia. The number of drug and alcohol addicts is growing rapidly. According to the 2019 data, there are 200,000 drug addicts in Georgia, while in 2003 it was 150,000. Georgia ranks 1st in the world in terms of he**in use per 1000 population (17 users per 1000). Also, the risk of diseases such as AIDS and others STD's increases. The number of female addicts has increased as well.

Judging by the numbers, our contribution to this devastating situation in our country is not great. However, we believe every person reaching out to New Life Ministry is sent by God!

It is our honor to say, "We are God's fellow workers," believing that there is great joy in heaven for every person who has come out of the devil's trap and has come to God.

We recently were able to help one of our successful residents find stable employment at a construction company. This year there has been three of them who were able to find employment at the construction company after successful completion of the program. We continue staying in touch with them and support them spiritually and morally.

We are constantly working with homeless people in the streets who are having a hard time making a decision to start our program. Our alumni are actively helping us in this task. It is a tremendous joy to watch our alumni witnessing to the homeless people about Jesus and how He rescued them from the deadly disease.

Please keep us and our needs in your prayers.

- Spiritual and physical protection of our residents from the pandemic and spiritual attacks against their recovery.

- More homeless people to make the life time decision to come to the center and receive healing

- New recovery coach who will be living in the center

- Financial needs for the center ($2,000 for purchasing food supplies for winter and $3,000 for an electric cable for the center)

- Strength and protection for our alumni.

Thank you all again for all your love, support and prayers! May the Lord our Savior Jesus Christ protect you and your families and bless you abundantly! - New Life Team
Happy Birthday to dear Pastor Zurab Asatiani! So very grateful for this man of God and all God does through him! He is faithful and extremely hard working servant of Christ. Thank you for all you are doing for New Life ministry and the Kingdom! May the Lord bless you with many more healthy years for His ministries! Love you dearly!
We continue counting our blessings! Please meet our Alumni Sasha I. He came to our center at the beginning of October 2018. He was homeless, broken, hopeless and desperate. His family disowned him and completely lost trust as his drinking became uncontrollable. Sasha is in the picture next to the pastor Zura in black and white shirt. Sasha was hurting physically and spiritually. The Lord found him and brought him to the right place, where his wounds were taken care of with compassion, understanding and brotherly love. He met his Savior and trusted his life to the only True King who gave him healing, peace and true renewal of his life. On February 4, 2019 Sasha successfully graduated from New Life Rehab Center and joined his family. (He is in the blue jean jacket on his discharge picture). He maintains his sobriety. We are very proud of him and rejoice in the new life of our dear brother in Christ!

New Life Rehab Center is a non profit Recovery Center. We heavily rely on sponsors and donors who gracefully support our ministry. We would like to ask for your help and prayers for our current needs. In order to purchase a bulk of food for our residents for this coming winter season we are in need of $3,000. Please feel free to share this post with people you know who might be interested in partnering with us in prayer and financial needs. If you are willing and able to help please PM me, Ana Ferrell, or Natalya Pochkhidze. Thank you all! May the Lord bless you and your families with peace and His grace!
"Oh, taste and see that the Lord is good; Blessed is the man who trusts in Him!" Psalm 34:8. For many years these men trusted countless things in their lives that caused nothing but hurt, pain and loss. They know what it means to hit rock bottom and be soul broken. My heart rejoices for them, because the Lord heard their desperate cry for help and He wiped their tears. They are tasting the goodness of the Lord at the New Life Rehab Center! Dear friends, Please lift up the prayer of praise for these men as the heavens rejoice for their new citizenship. Please continue praying for their spiritual growth and strength! At the center we are serving 7 men at this moment. They all are coming from deep brokeness and despair. At the New Life they found hope and salvation from the Lord Jesus! May His name be glorified always and forever, as He is so good!
Happy New Year dear family and friends! May the Lord fill your hearts and lives with His grace, peace and countless blessings! A couple days ago Jason asked me what was the best moment of the year of 2019. A lot of great things came with 2019 but the highlight of all was definitely a trip to Georgia where we witnessed so many wonderful works of our mighty Lord! It was absolutely humbling and so uplifting to visit the New Life rehab center and minister with the best team ever! God is in work for sure and I am so very grateful for every single person involved in this ministry, supporting it and getting new life through it. Each of you are dear to me and I praise the Lord for you all! May the year 2020 bring more blessings, good health and peace to you and your loved ones! Happy New Year dear ones! 💝🎊
Merry Christmas from God’s special people in New Life Rehab Center in the country of Georgia! What a great end of a great year at the center! In November we hosted dear friends from Germany who sent us 2 staff members and 4 residents to help with the harvesting of the mandarins. They also helped with the construction work we started this summer. We are beyond blessed to have our friends who shared so graciously their experience, support, knowledge, love and gifts with us! God’s presence in this place is absolutely vivid and overwhelming!

Please continue praying for our rehab center, new residents and staff, their recovery process and growing relationship with the Lord. Please pray for the financial support to complete the renovation work on the first floor. Your prayers and support are the best blessings for us! If you feel called to support this ministry financially, please private message me (Ana Ferrell) or Natalya Poch and we will guide you how to do it. All your donations are tax deductible. Also please feel free to share this post.

Wish you God’s abundant blessings to you and your loved ones! Merry Christmas dear ones!
Dear family and friends,

At New Life Rehab Center in Georgia we are celebrating Fall with welcoming 3 new residents! Please keep them in your prayers. They are coming from very rough experiences of trauma and addiction. Please pray that they accept the Lord and He heals their wounded hearts and gives them smooth recovery and peaceful new life!

We want to give special thanks to Barry and Carolyn Corder for their very gracious gift, which allowed us to start so needed renovation project in the downstairs kitchen and bedroom for our residents! Thank you for your faithfulness, and care! It means so much for the ministry and each of us!

For any individuals or organizations interested in supporting the ministry please visit our website http://www.savegeorgia.org or PM Ana Ferrell or Natalya Pochkhidze.

Many blessings and thanks!
Dear Friends and Family,

Our family had a wonderful and fulfilling mission trip to the Republic of Georgia and we would like to send you a summary of what happened there. Jason, Gabriel, and I returned a week ago and have finally gotten over our jet lag.

The first part of our mission trip was focused on the village of Frezeti which is about a 30 minute drive west of the capitol of Tbilisi. The refugees that live here were forced to leave their homes and land when Russians invaded the region of Ossetia in northern Georgia. Frezeti is located on a high mountain pass which is usually windy and exposed to cold temperatures in the winter. Local missionaries, which we are friends with, have been visiting these refugees for a couple years. For 3 days our team of 4 served and loved on them primarily by providing counseling and how to cope with the complex trauma and grief that they have been through. The first day we listened to their heart-breaking stories of what happened in 2008 during the war. Ana was able to easily connect with the refugees because of her own experience of being a refugee from the Russian-Georgia war in 1992-1993. The second day we conducted educational groups on trauma, it's impacts and coping. The third day we focused on grief and loss. Our main goal was to help people see God's mighty hand through their trials and tribulations and encourage them to trust Him and glorify His name.

The second part of the trip was at the New Life Rehabilitation Center in the Kobuleti region on the west coast of Georgia. This is about a 5 hour train ride from the capitol of Tbilisi. Ana's uncle Zura is a pastor here and leads the New Life center. For 3 days we provided counseling to drug and alcohol addicts. The first day we provided group sessions on understanding the addiction from the trauma perspective. The residents were open to share about their painful childhood, abandonment, multiple abuses and deprivation from love and affection. All these guys lost their families and loved ones due to their addiction and criminal background. The second day we talked about how addiction impacted their lives, what substances they chose as unhelpful coping and numbing mechanisms, and how their unhealthy coping disconnected them from their creator. The third day we worked on stages of change, forgiveness and reconnection to the Creator and our Heavenly Father. The third day was especially emotional as we concluded with mother's forgiveness and a blessing prayer and individual prayers with the residents. The power of the Holy Spirit was so vivid and so moving! During our time there we had had some missionary friends of ours, David and Loretta Stembridge, help to create a video about the rehab center. When this video is done it will be a great way to share and bring awareness about the rehab center and the great work that is being done there.

We want to thank each of you for your prayers and financial support. This great work would not be accomplished without your direct participation and help. We want you to know how much we appreciate you and all your help!

Below are some photos of our time at the refugee camp in Frezeti and the New Life Rehab center in Kobuleti.

Please continue to pray for the Georgian people that they would see God in their lives no matter the circumstances and also to overcome their addictions.

Blessings,
Jason, Ana and Gabriel Ferrell

SAVE Georgia is a Christian non-profit organization based in the United States. We have been called to the daunting task of supporting local Christian ministries in the country of Georgia, as well as funding the translation of foreign Christian materials into the Georgian language.

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Photos from SAVE Georgia's post 10/04/2021

We want to express our deepest gratitude for your prayers and support! They mean so much for us and the entire New Life ministry! In August, our rehab ministry turned 4 years old! We cannot be happier to witness how powerful our mighty Lord has been working in this place! We had the privilege of serving God's people, who were forgotten and abandoned by their families die to their drug and alcohol use. The losses brought by these deadly substances on our nation, families and individuals is devastating. Intervening and dragging as many souls as possible from these deadly forces has been our motivation and heart of of the ministry.

Recently, drug addiction has become a prevalent issue in Georgia. The number of drug and alcohol addicts is growing rapidly. According to the 2019 data, there are 200,000 drug addicts in Georgia, while in 2003 it was 150,000. Georgia ranks 1st in the world in terms of heroin use per 1000 population (17 users per 1000). Also, the risk of diseases such as AIDS and others STD's increases. The number of female addicts has increased as well.

Judging by the numbers, our contribution to this devastating situation in our country is not great. However, we believe every person reaching out to New Life Ministry is sent by God!

It is our honor to say, "We are God's fellow workers," believing that there is great joy in heaven for every person who has come out of the devil's trap and has come to God.

We recently were able to help one of our successful residents find stable employment at a construction company. This year there has been three of them who were able to find employment at the construction company after successful completion of the program. We continue staying in touch with them and support them spiritually and morally.

We are constantly working with homeless people in the streets who are having a hard time making a decision to start our program. Our alumni are actively helping us in this task. It is a tremendous joy to watch our alumni witnessing to the homeless people about Jesus and how He rescued them from the deadly disease.

Please keep us and our needs in your prayers.

- Spiritual and physical protection of our residents from the pandemic and spiritual attacks against their recovery.

- More homeless people to make the life time decision to come to the center and receive healing

- New recovery coach who will be living in the center

- Financial needs for the center ($2,000 for purchasing food supplies for winter and $3,000 for an electric cable for the center)

- Strength and protection for our alumni.

Thank you all again for all your love, support and prayers! May the Lord our Savior Jesus Christ protect you and your families and bless you abundantly! - New Life Team

Photos from SAVE Georgia's post 08/31/2021

Happy Birthday to dear Pastor Zurab Asatiani! So very grateful for this man of God and all God does through him! He is faithful and extremely hard working servant of Christ. Thank you for all you are doing for New Life ministry and the Kingdom! May the Lord bless you with many more healthy years for His ministries! Love you dearly!

09/21/2020

We continue counting our blessings! Please meet our Alumni Sasha I. He came to our center at the beginning of October 2018. He was homeless, broken, hopeless and desperate. His family disowned him and completely lost trust as his drinking became uncontrollable. Sasha is in the picture next to the pastor Zura in black and white shirt. Sasha was hurting physically and spiritually. The Lord found him and brought him to the right place, where his wounds were taken care of with compassion, understanding and brotherly love. He met his Savior and trusted his life to the only True King who gave him healing, peace and true renewal of his life. On February 4, 2019 Sasha successfully graduated from New Life Rehab Center and joined his family. (He is in the blue jean jacket on his discharge picture). He maintains his sobriety. We are very proud of him and rejoice in the new life of our dear brother in Christ!

New Life Rehab Center is a non profit Recovery Center. We heavily rely on sponsors and donors who gracefully support our ministry. We would like to ask for your help and prayers for our current needs. In order to purchase a bulk of food for our residents for this coming winter season we are in need of $3,000. Please feel free to share this post with people you know who might be interested in partnering with us in prayer and financial needs. If you are willing and able to help please PM me, Ana Ferrell, or Natalya Pochkhidze. Thank you all! May the Lord bless you and your families with peace and His grace!

02/17/2020

"Oh, taste and see that the Lord is good; Blessed is the man who trusts in Him!" Psalm 34:8. For many years these men trusted countless things in their lives that caused nothing but hurt, pain and loss. They know what it means to hit rock bottom and be soul broken. My heart rejoices for them, because the Lord heard their desperate cry for help and He wiped their tears. They are tasting the goodness of the Lord at the New Life Rehab Center! Dear friends, Please lift up the prayer of praise for these men as the heavens rejoice for their new citizenship. Please continue praying for their spiritual growth and strength! At the center we are serving 7 men at this moment. They all are coming from deep brokeness and despair. At the New Life they found hope and salvation from the Lord Jesus! May His name be glorified always and forever, as He is so good!

01/02/2020

Happy New Year dear family and friends! May the Lord fill your hearts and lives with His grace, peace and countless blessings! A couple days ago Jason asked me what was the best moment of the year of 2019. A lot of great things came with 2019 but the highlight of all was definitely a trip to Georgia where we witnessed so many wonderful works of our mighty Lord! It was absolutely humbling and so uplifting to visit the New Life rehab center and minister with the best team ever! God is in work for sure and I am so very grateful for every single person involved in this ministry, supporting it and getting new life through it. Each of you are dear to me and I praise the Lord for you all! May the year 2020 bring more blessings, good health and peace to you and your loved ones! Happy New Year dear ones! 💝🎊

12/24/2019

Merry Christmas from God’s special people in New Life Rehab Center in the country of Georgia! What a great end of a great year at the center! In November we hosted dear friends from Germany who sent us 2 staff members and 4 residents to help with the harvesting of the mandarins. They also helped with the construction work we started this summer. We are beyond blessed to have our friends who shared so graciously their experience, support, knowledge, love and gifts with us! God’s presence in this place is absolutely vivid and overwhelming!

Please continue praying for our rehab center, new residents and staff, their recovery process and growing relationship with the Lord. Please pray for the financial support to complete the renovation work on the first floor. Your prayers and support are the best blessings for us! If you feel called to support this ministry financially, please private message me (Ana Ferrell) or Natalya Poch and we will guide you how to do it. All your donations are tax deductible. Also please feel free to share this post.

Wish you God’s abundant blessings to you and your loved ones! Merry Christmas dear ones!

11/17/2019

Dear family and friends,

At New Life Rehab Center in Georgia we are celebrating Fall with welcoming 3 new residents! Please keep them in your prayers. They are coming from very rough experiences of trauma and addiction. Please pray that they accept the Lord and He heals their wounded hearts and gives them smooth recovery and peaceful new life!

We want to give special thanks to Barry and Carolyn Corder for their very gracious gift, which allowed us to start so needed renovation project in the downstairs kitchen and bedroom for our residents! Thank you for your faithfulness, and care! It means so much for the ministry and each of us!

For any individuals or organizations interested in supporting the ministry please visit our website http://www.savegeorgia.org or PM Ana Ferrell or Natalya Pochkhidze.

Many blessings and thanks!

10/28/2019

SAVE Georgia

Dear Friends and Family,

Our family had a wonderful and fulfilling mission trip to the Republic of Georgia and we would like to send you a summary of what happened there. Jason, Gabriel, and I returned a week ago and have finally gotten over our jet lag.

The first part of our mission trip was focused on the village of Frezeti which is about a 30 minute drive west of the capitol of Tbilisi. The refugees that live here were forced to leave their homes and land when Russians invaded the region of Ossetia in northern Georgia. Frezeti is located on a high mountain pass which is usually windy and exposed to cold temperatures in the winter. Local missionaries, which we are friends with, have been visiting these refugees for a couple years. For 3 days our team of 4 served and loved on them primarily by providing counseling and how to cope with the complex trauma and grief that they have been through. The first day we listened to their heart-breaking stories of what happened in 2008 during the war. Ana was able to easily connect with the refugees because of her own experience of being a refugee from the Russian-Georgia war in 1992-1993. The second day we conducted educational groups on trauma, it's impacts and coping. The third day we focused on grief and loss. Our main goal was to help people see God's mighty hand through their trials and tribulations and encourage them to trust Him and glorify His name.

The second part of the trip was at the New Life Rehabilitation Center in the Kobuleti region on the west coast of Georgia. This is about a 5 hour train ride from the capitol of Tbilisi. Ana's uncle Zura is a pastor here and leads the New Life center. For 3 days we provided counseling to drug and alcohol addicts. The first day we provided group sessions on understanding the addiction from the trauma perspective. The residents were open to share about their painful childhood, abandonment, multiple abuses and deprivation from love and affection. All these guys lost their families and loved ones due to their addiction and criminal background. The second day we talked about how addiction impacted their lives, what substances they chose as unhelpful coping and numbing mechanisms, and how their unhealthy coping disconnected them from their creator. The third day we worked on stages of change, forgiveness and reconnection to the Creator and our Heavenly Father. The third day was especially emotional as we concluded with mother's forgiveness and a blessing prayer and individual prayers with the residents. The power of the Holy Spirit was so vivid and so moving! During our time there we had had some missionary friends of ours, David and Loretta Stembridge, help to create a video about the rehab center. When this video is done it will be a great way to share and bring awareness about the rehab center and the great work that is being done there.

We want to thank each of you for your prayers and financial support. This great work would not be accomplished without your direct participation and help. We want you to know how much we appreciate you and all your help!

Below are some photos of our time at the refugee camp in Frezeti and the New Life Rehab center in Kobuleti.

Please continue to pray for the Georgian people that they would see God in their lives no matter the circumstances and also to overcome their addictions.

Blessings,
Jason, Ana and Gabriel Ferrell

10/28/2019

Dear Friends and Family,

Our family had a wonderful and fulfilling mission trip to the Republic of Georgia and we would like to send you a summary of what happened there. Jason, Gabriel, and I returned a week ago and have finally gotten over our jet lag.

The first part of our mission trip was focused on the village of Frezeti which is about a 30 minute drive west of the capitol of Tbilisi. The refugees that live here were forced to leave their homes and land when Russians invaded the region of Ossetia in northern Georgia. Frezeti is located on a high mountain pass which is usually windy and exposed to cold temperatures in the winter. Local missionaries, which we are friends with, have been visiting these refugees for a couple years. For 3 days our team of 4 served and loved on them primarily by providing counseling and how to cope with the complex trauma and grief that they have been through. The first day we listened to their heart-breaking stories of what happened in 2008 during the war. Ana was able to easily connect with the refugees because of her own experience of being a refugee from the Russian-Georgia war in 1992-1993. The second day we conducted educational groups on trauma, it's impacts and coping. The third day we focused on grief and loss. Our main goal was to help people see God's mighty hand through their trials and tribulations and encourage them to trust Him and glorify His name.

The second part of the trip was at the New Life Rehabilitation Center in the Kobuleti region on the west coast of Georgia. This is about a 5 hour train ride from the capitol of Tbilisi. Ana's uncle Zura is a pastor here and leads the New Life center. For 3 days we provided counseling to drug and alcohol addicts. The first day we provided group sessions on understanding the addiction from the trauma perspective. The residents were open to share about their painful childhood, abandonment, multiple abuses and deprivation from love and affection. All these guys lost their families and loved ones due to their addiction and criminal background. The second day we talked about how addiction impacted their lives, what substances they chose as unhelpful coping and numbing mechanisms, and how their unhealthy coping disconnected them from their creator. The third day we worked on stages of change, forgiveness and reconnection to the Creator and our Heavenly Father. The third day was especially emotional as we concluded with mother's forgiveness and a blessing prayer and individual prayers with the residents. The power of the Holy Spirit was so vivid and so moving! During our time there we had had some missionary friends of ours, David and Loretta Stembridge, help to create a video about the rehab center. When this video is done it will be a great way to share and bring awareness about the rehab center and the great work that is being done there.

We want to thank each of you for your prayers and financial support. This great work would not be accomplished without your direct participation and help. We want you to know how much we appreciate you and all your help!

Below are some photos of our time at the refugee camp in Frezeti and the New Life Rehab center in Kobuleti.

Please continue to pray for the Georgian people that they would see God in their lives no matter the circumstances and also to overcome their addictions.

Blessings,
Jason, Ana and Gabriel Ferrell

09/29/2019

Dear family and friends, after many prayers and our long and busy summer preparations, we are so excited to announce that we are on our way to Georgia to serve, minister and love on children of God! We feel blessed beyong measures to visit refugees and New Life family! Please keep us in your thoughts and prayers. Love, Jason, Gabe and Ana 😍💗🙏

03/03/2019

Gizmo, beloved robot from Superbook, is still on the road with Operation Christmas Child delivering gifts in Georgia.
Please pray for Tamuna, and Jesus.Ge team, as they continue to press on in developing local programs and translation of materials for church events and Sunday school lessons.

03/03/2019

“Biblus”, the largest book shop network in Georgia, now carries “The Pilgrim’s Progress” on their bookshelves. We pray this classic work of literature will be an encouragement to many in Georgia of their perseverance of Christian faith.
Thank you Jesus.Ge team for your perseverance in translation work and your commitment to living for God's glory!

02/17/2019

Hey FB friends, I received this great testimony and and a prayer request from our New Life team in Georgia. Please read, pray and feel free to share.

A few months ago God brought Rezo to the New Life Rehab Center. He is a guy with both a good education and career history. A few decades ago when alcohol became part of his life things started changing drastically. He lost his job due to excessive drinking and absences and ended up living on the streets begging for food. Homelessness was tough in the beginning, but he learned how to cope with alcohol on a daily basis.

His biggest heartache and concern was his family. He abandoned his wife and daughter 20 years ago. For all these years he was able to self medicate and numb his heartache with excessive drinking. However, his self medication turned into a chronic disease, which caused many illnesses and losses.

Rezo came to the New Life Rehab Center emotionally and spiritually empty. He was desperate but very determined that his life needed a drastic change which would be possible only through the creator God. We were able to see his determination right away and it motivated us immensely!

During his rehabilitation time in the center, Rezo realized that God never abandoned him and that He always cared and protected him. When the time came, God grabbed his hand and brought him to the center to change and renew his life. The Holy Spirit revealed to Rezo that only in His power and faith in Jesus that he could find freedom, redemption and cure for his disease. Rezo believed and embraced this truth. He chose life without alcohol and its power.

Through God’s grace Rezo was able to reconnect with his wife and daughter over the phone. His daughter, who is now 24 and lives overseas, said that she loves her father and invited him to visit her. His wife also expressed happiness for Rezo’s healing and a desire to reconcile. Rezo left the New Life Rehab Center to reunite with his family. Our New Life team praised the Lord for witnessing the miracles of the Lord in Rezo’s and his family life and we pray for his complete healing and protection from temptations!

Rezo was gone for about a week when I wrote this post. I just finished writing it and Vaja, one of our team members called me. He informed me that Rezo called and informed him that he started drinking again and he is asking readmission to the center. I called him immediately and met with him the same day. He was desperate, broken but very genuine about needing help. He is back to the center. His condition is more difficult than it was the first time. Rezo is seeking the Lord passionately and wants healing like never before. Dear friends, the enemy is working hard against God’s children. He hates God’s redemptive work and tries his best to steal and destroy. We ask you to pray for Rezo, his recovery and peace. May this relapse be used for the Lord’s glory to show Rezo how deep and passionate God’s love is for him.
Thank you so much for all your prayers and support!
In Christ,
Zurab Asatiani

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