Stephanie Wedel is an Inspirational speaker, recovery advocate, non-profit founder and Recovery Minister

A bit about Stephanie

Stephanie is a US Army Veteran who served overseas in Operation Iraq Freedom. She completed the Criminal Justice training program and graduated Magna Cum Laude with an AS in Business Management from Northwest Florida State College. Stephanie came from a challenging environment and spent many years lost in her circumstances. Stephanie grew up in a home where violence and chaos were the norm. Her father was a drug dealer and is serving a federal prison sentence for trafficking drugs, and she followed the life she learned.

At the age of 30, everything changed when she came to know and began to trust in Jesus as her savior. Stephanie has dedicated her life to helping others find the freedom that she has found in Jesus Christ! She is now the founder of a Non-Profit assisting people to find recovery in Christ, the Recovery Minister at Crosspoint leading the CR program. She shares her testimony every chance she gets and serves as a state rep for Celebrate Recovery Inside jails and prisons and the Broken Chains JC POC for NWFL. She leads Step-studies and serves as VP on the Okaloosa County Anti-Drug Coalition.

She serves in the corporate world as a Key Account Developer for Coca-Cola UNITED. Stephanie is married and has a (not legally) adopted 18-year-old daughter, four dogs, and a cat. 


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Stephanie Wedel Recovery Minister at Crosspoint Church

Local Non-Profit Makes a Splash with Summer Fundraiser

April 27, 2021

Our spring 2021 Bike Rally raised over $1,200 for addiction recovery and support in Northwest Florida!!

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March 26, 2021

Stephanie is an Army Veteran who is still serving her community through FLC. 


BEST BITE Competition Fundraiser to support FLC

Feb 20, 2020

Local non profit Freedom Life Compass, Inc. Host a charity this competition to help raise awareness and support for recovery resources in Northwest Florida. Local restaurants, individual home cooks, food trucks and vendors came together to help support this amazing cause!