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Celebrate Recovery is a safe place for you to find freedom from life’s hurts, habits and hang-ups.Celebrate Recovery is a place to enjoy fellowship and celebrate God’s healing power in our lives. We open the door by sharing our experiences, strengths, and hopes with one another.Celebrate Recovery (CR) is an American, Christ-based approach to recovery that was a response to twelve-step programs such as Alcoholics Anonymous.It was founded in 1990 by Pastor John Baker of Saddleback Church, and is aimed at all "hurts, habits, and hang-ups", including but not exclusive to: high anxiety; co-dependency; compulsive behaviors; sex addiction; financial dysfunction; drug and alcohol addictions; and eating disorders.We are a confidential and anonymous groups where you will be accepted and loved.No matter what your situation you find yourself in, here’s the good news; regardless of whether your problem is emotional, financial, relational, spiritual, sexual, drugs, alcohol or whatever; regardless of what you need help with, God wants to help you. We need each other, and we heal together as we are open and honest in community. Celebrate Recovery: meets Sunday night at -pm in the Tween’s room.CR provides a "Safe Place" for real life change in Jesus Christ.As participants personally work through biblically-based steps in the context of the Christian community, we recognize the truth that we need each other to grow personally and spiritually.
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The purpose of CR is to celebrate God's healing power in our lives through the Twelve Steps and Eight Recovery Principles.
By working and applying these Biblical principles, we begin to grow spiritually.
It is often suggested that during the early stages of recovery, and up to the first year, we do not get involved in any romantic relationships.
This recommendation of course has some opposition, and is either one of these topics which do not get enough attention, or huge arguments break out over it! One of the major challenges for me in sobriety was learning how to have healthy relationships.
You may think recovery is only for drug addicts and alcoholics, or people whose lives seem out of control. The Bible teaches that all of us have addictions in our lives.