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Recovery Ministry

re:generation

THE RE:GENERATION DIFFERENCE


The list below outlines key characteristics that make re:generation different from other recovery programs.

Discipleship Focus - Full devotion to Christ is our mission. “Sobriety” from addiction is not the destination, it is a road-marker along way in our journey with Christ. True freedom comes from a daily intimate relationship with Christ.

Daily Lessons - Freedom comes from a relationship with Christ. We offer daily curriculum throughout re:generation, giving participants the opportunity to connect with God daily to learn about him and work on recovery.

Scripture Memory and Prayer - are integral parts of daily curriculum.

Curriculum Designed to Teach the Essentials of Living a Spiritually Healthy Life - Participants learn to identify idols, develop repentance plans, practice reconciliation, and handle conflict. They practice spiritual disciplines and discover how God has uniquely designed them to live out His purpose.

Bound Together by Our Need for God, Not Idenitfied by Struggles - Small groups are separated by gender but not by struggle. Mixed-issue groups help focus recovery on the heart rather than on behavior and expose the lie that only those who share your struggle can understand or give wise counsel.

Integration/Participation in the Church - Isolating from the church or within the church is unhealthy. Participants are encouraged to join a church, find mentors in the church and serve in various church ministries.

Real-Time Leadership Training - We provide extensive leader training when new groups launch, real-time training throughout recovery.

Extended Curriculum for Victims of Abuse - Supplemental curriculum is included to help survivors of abuse process the victimization, damage, grief, and effects of abuse.