need to talk to someone about addiction?...

If you are feeling a little overwhelmed and not sure what to do, counseling can help. Appointments and counseling sessions are free and we are ready and willing to help you get started on your recovery today. Friends and family members of the addicted need support and can benefit from counseling as well. If you would like more information or would like to make an appointment for counseling, please contact our director.

  • corbett stone,

    RU Director & associate pastor of FBT

    Email:  [email protected]

    Phone: 843.661.4342

    Corbett Stone overcame his addiction to crack cocaine and completed his education with a Political Science BS from Francis Marion University and a Management MS from Troy University. He now serves as Associate Pastor and Director of Reformers Unanimous at Florence Baptist Temple. He was instrumental in the inception of RU at FBT and has been faithful to serve the Lord, directing our addictions ministry for well over 10 years and counting. He was even awarded Director of the Year by Reformers Unanimous International for the work he has accomplished through the RU ministry here.

    He and his wife, Amy are happily married and have four children-Elizabeth, Christian, Collin, and Carson. When he isn't busy with his family, church, or ministering to the addicted, Corbett can also be found on the golf course, as he is an avid player and fan of the sport.



Come see for yourself the difference RU can make in your recovery. RU is FREE and there is no sign-up necessary. We meet on the campus of Florence Baptist Temple [located at 2308 S. Irby Street in Florence, SC] twice a week.


SUNDAYS AT 9:15-10:30 AM

Bring your friends and family to help support you if you'd like. We have a place for everyone. This could be the week that changes your life!


We believe that true and lasting recovery must begin with a heart change. Before enjoying freedom from addiction, we have to first be set free from our sin. Freedom from the bondage of sin is only possible through the shed blood of Jesus Christ. Sin always brings consequences, and the consequence for sin is death. Jesus died in our place for our sins, our wrong doing, as payment for our sin debt. He bled and died and resurrected so that we could live free from the power of the sin in our lives. He gave all for you, yet all He asks of you is that you trust and believe. Jesus said, "I am the way, the truth, and the life.."and only the truth sets free. That's our motto at RU.