Christian Families in Recovery


On Demand Previously Recorded Workshop

This workbook provides a guide to securing God’s perspective and gaining His tools to cope with addiction’s viscous entanglement. It will reveal and disclose how and why the addict comes under the destructive force, and in turn, how the family also experiences negative consequences. Most of all, this book is written to shine light into the confusion of addiction, and to inject hope by offering a redemptive point of view. It will guide the family both through active addiction and then into the hope of the recovery process.

It is our  heartfelt desire that we provide a “formula” from which you are guaranteed an end result. But the truth is, we can’t offer that to you or anyone.  Over the years we’ve witnessed amazing transformations, marriages redeemed and lives completely pulled out from the ashes and made new. We’ve also witnessed tragedy, death and the ending of marriages as a result of addiction or the lack of understanding about recovery.

This journey is not to simply declare that we have the “know how” to fix your life, offering a simple “to do” list with guaranteed results. However, it can show you both the nature of the true enemy, and the powerful tools God has given us to overcome. What moves, motivates and causes us to fiercely feel compelled to share these truths are the hundreds and thousands of people that have a life restored. And even moreso, to know the heart, nature and character of God is beyond comforting.

In the storm of addiction, we have choices, and God can equip us to stand with Him, be empowered by Him and prepare for His intervention. Are you standing in the gap right now? We would love to pray for you. Contact us.

Previously Recorded Class

Week 1: Introduction to Addiction

Week 2: Facing Addiction Cycles

Week 3: Families & Addiction Cycles

Week 4: Healing and the Power of Change

Week 5: Family Recovery Planning & Relapse Prevention

3 thoughts on “Christian Families in Recovery”

  1. Hi Michelle,
    We will have these recorded and posted on this blog! We tried to set it up so that people might be able to sneak away for an early or late lunch too if that works. You can call in by a cell phone. Have a wonderful day!

    1. Thank you:) I plan to tune in a be a part of this.


      “Love from the center of who you are; don’t fake it.

      Run for dear life from evil; hold on for dear life to good.

      Be good friends who love deeply; practice playing second fiddle.

      Don’t burn out; keep yourselves fueled and aflame.

      Be alert servants of the Master, cheerfully expectant.

      Don’t quit in hard times; pray all the harder.”

      (Rom 12:9-12 The Message)

      Date: Mon, 1 Sep 2014 13:31:51 +0000 To:

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