We help people find freedom from their hurts, habits and hang-ups.
HOW WE DO IT
With God's help we begin our journey by engaging four simple building blocks:
If you've been in recovery long enough, you know, you absolutely can't do this alone. You need a loving, supportive team of people around you who are walking a similar path of recovery.
When we work the Steps, we recovery. They are the basic stepping stones of a spiritual life and provide us a framework with which to engage the healing work of the Holy Spirit in our lives.
We all need someone to guide us through the recovery process. This person has traveled the path before us and provides us encouragement, support and wisdom.
If self-centeredness is one of our greatest character defects, then serving is the antidote. Ultimately Jesus showed us the way through His life of service. Service is a life giving, core function of long-term recovery.
WHY WE DO IT
For many of us, we know the old way of living isn't working. If we continue in our compulsive, destructive ways, we risk jails, institutions and death of every kind (relational, spiritual, mental, emotional, professional, etc.).
Beyond the fear of these things, many of us are motivated by the promises of a joyful, peaceful life where our souls can find rest. In addition to this, we are driven by the rewards of a full life built on the foundation of recovery.
Lastly, many of us are motivated by love. Through working a solid program of recovery, we find reconciliation with ourselves, others and most importantly, God. Through this reconciliation, love flourishes and our most basic human need and purpose is fulfilled.
WHO CR IS FOR
Everyone! Celebrate Recovery is for anyone with hurts, habits and hang-ups. Because most people fall into this category, Celebrate Recovery appeals to wide range of people. A short list of issues people work through in Celebrate Recovery includes: alcohol and drug addiction, eating disorders, food addiction, anger issues, love and relationship addiction, sexual addiction and many others.
You do not have to be a Christian to participate or become a member in our recovery community. Many people enter our program exploring what faith means to them. If this is you, we want you to know that you are welcome and loved. We hope you'll see our community as a safe place to grow and find recovery.