Are you tired of hearing the “war stories” of people who have no real freedom in their life? Every week, our students share how God has changed their lives through real-life, relevant stories. This time of encouraging testimonies will get your weekend started off just right.
Are you tired of talking about problems and doing nothing about them? Each class ends with a 30-minute teaching lesson that will expose valuable Bible principles that are integral to your recovery process.
Are you tired of being told what is right and not being given the tools to determine what is right? We have one of the best comprehensive discipleship curricula in America.
Are you tired of trying to find the stamina to do the right thing in the face of mounting adversity? We will not only encourage you and help you to do the right thing, but we will also motivate you to do so. We have an award system that acknowledges accomplishment and rewards participation.
Are you tired of having to get advice from people who know little about your struggles? Are you tired of having to pay hourly fees to hear yourself talk? We offer free group and individual spiritual counseling on a wide variety of topics. You will have a leader, a helper, a director, and even the pastor available as your own personal counselors during times of urgent need.
Are you tired of programs that will not care for your little ones? We have a children's program for Ages 4 through 11 and a teens' program for 12 yrs old through high school. We also have nursery care available for children Ages 3 and younger.
Are you tired of being alone absent of any good friends with whom you could fellowship? Fridays, as well as our Sunday and mid-week meetings usually offer multiple opportunities to fellowship with your fellow students and leaders.
The local church is God’s support group. The local church helps to meet the spiritual needs of all people, and when the spiritual needs of people are met then other needs fall in line and become easier to manage.
Our meeting format is split into three different segments.
First, we talk to God. We do that in two ways. First, we talk to God in prayer. Each student is given an opportunity to share a need or request for God. We then talk to God in prayer over those requests. Next, we talk to God in testimonies. We give students an opportunity to share how God has changed their lives. Our visitors love to hear stories of recovery through God’s miraculous, saving grace.
Second, we talk to each other. We break into counsel groups to share each of our burdens or blessings. Each group is led by a counsel leader. If anyone needs personal counsel, it is made available. Students go over their completed challenges during this time and encourage each other in their road to recovery.
Third, God talks to us through the preaching of His Word. We don’t just listen to people talk about their problems. We teach what God says to do about it.