Our Mission
The Dunklin Model
Dunklin Church
Recovery Links


I came to Dunklin after a hard road of doing things my way. I lost almost everything. Today, God has restored everything I had destroyed. My relationship with my family is better than ever and instead of wanting to end my life, I want to live for Him.

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Event Calendar


January 2013

Jan. 6th & 13th
Graduation & Baptism
Jan 17th
Reovery Network meeting

February 2013

Feb 25th - March 1st
Prayer Retreat
for details contact
Phyllis Harden 770-934-7955

March 2013

March 17th & 24th
Graduation & Baptism
March 21st
Recovery Network Meeting

Camp Activities

DMC Sunday Service
Everyone Welcome!
Every Other Wednesday
6:00 pm
The Daughters of
The King Dance
Dawn Karvis
Practice, Ages 4-Adult
Outside Marriage
Enrichment Class

Sunday Mornings
Contact Mike and Jodi LoCascio
One-on-One Sessions available
Outside Inner
Healing Class

February 10th 2:30
12 consecutive Sundays
Call Terrell & Margie Rowland
Church Leadership
If you are interested in
taking these classes
back to your church
Call Pastor Terrell Rowland
Prayer Chain
Please call Dr. Bob or Sylvia Crowe at (772) 597-2841

Retreat Opportunities

Church Retreat Information

If you would like to plan a small "Pastors/Elders Retreat" or to reserve Dunklin facilities for training purposes,
Call Pastor Terrell Rowland at 772-597-2841

Freedom Seminary

Currently studying the Prison Epistles
with Dr. Bob Crowe.

Next: 1 Peter Nov 8 - Dec 20

* $5000.00 Max.

Our Vision

After 50 years, Dunklin has become the model for “Cities of Refuge” around the world. The experience and growth from this time in the wilderness is a transferable concept because we have trained leaders willing to go and plant their lives to begin other Cities around the globe.

Our vision is to reproduce working recovery programs and leadership training schools in the U.S. and in other countries wanting to be trained in the Trinity Concept of recovery. The model is comprised of a residential recovery program, along with a recovery church, and a leadership training center, all under the covering of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

“The high calling of God” for Dunklin Memorial Church is to follow the pattern of the New Testament Church in creating small, self-sustaining communities that will be “Cities of Refuge” for those who have been in bondage to alcoholism and drug addiction.

This vision will be accomplished through:

  1. Fervent prayer and reliance on the Lord
  2. Maintaining integrity in all areas of the Ministry
  3. Commitment to team management
  4. Utilizing the Servant Leadership model
  5. Modeling the transforming life of Jesus Christ

The vision is far greater than God’s first call to build a camp for alcoholics and drug addicts but we are confident that:

He that hath done good work in us will perform it until the day of Jesus Christ.  Philippians 1:6

Monday through Friday
8 a.m. to 5 p.m
Todd Haskell
Dunklin Memorial Church, Inc.
3342 S.W. Hosanah Lane
Okeechobee, Florida 34974

Phone: (772) 597-2841
Fax: (772) 597-5481
Interview Intake:
Lane Strobel