WHAT IS IT?
Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered and Bible-based 12-Step Recovery Program. The purpose is to focus on God’s healing power through fellowship with others. By working the 12 steps and the 8 principles, small groups open up, share experiences, and explore hope. In this way we become willing to accept God’s grace in solving our problems.
Celebrate Recovery is:
• A 12-step discipleship program based on Jesus’ teachings
• Focused on the participant taking personal responsibility
• Confidential: safe environment
• Open to men an women 18 and over
• For the churched and the unchurched
• About growth and healing in small groups
WHO NEEDS IT?
This ministry is for people with all types of problems and addictions, which are unhealed, unmet or unresolved. This program is for anyone dealing with hurts, hang-ups or habits. These may include (but are not limited to): abuse, overeating, overspending, overworking, sexual time addiction, depression, divorce, codependency, drug/alcohol addiction, grief, anger and others too numerous to mention.
Celebrate Recovery is a discipleship program for anyone who wants real and lasting transformation.
HOW CAN CELEBRATE RECOVERY HELP ME?
By linking its four main components: fellowship, bible study, worship/teaching, and support, you will discover a defense against sin and experience a fresh start from any difficulty which may be preventing you from experiencing the life God intended for you.
It is only through the saving grace of God that healing will begin and a new direction for your life will emerge. Ultimately becoming free from our addictive, compulsive, and dysfunctional behaviors brings peace, serenity, joy, and most importantly a stronger personal relationship with God and others.
WHAT IS EXPECTED OF ME?
As a member of Celebrate Recovery, you are invited to attend as often as you would like and whichever portions of the program you choose (however there is proof that the more involved individuals are, the more benefit they receive), support your fellow members, become more accountable, and maintain strict confidentially.
WHO LEADS IT?
Christians, who understand the challenges you’re facing, have taken the time to be trained in the 12-step program, and care enough to want to help.