By TRAVIS CRUM
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Clarence and Tiffany Miller spent more than 20 years wrapped up in addiction, having destroyed relationships with their families and eventually losing custody of their children.
On Thursday, they celebrated 100 days sober with fellow members of Shepherd’s House, a faith-based recovery program in Huntington. They marked the occasion at the National Day of Prayer service held at the Cabell County Courthouse. Members of the recovery program participated in a performance in which they removed physical shackles wrapped around them, set to a contemporary gospel song about breaking chains with Jesus’ help.
The Millers, of Ansted, West Virginia, said they could not have reached their sobriety milestone without the support of the recovery community and relationships they are building with God.
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