Freedom in Recovery

Freedom in Recovery offers individuals the opportunity to minister to each other and to observe the restoration of lives and relationships through the love of Christ and the power of the Holy Spirit. It is a program that is appropriate for both the addict and the non-addicted.

We celebrate God's healing power in our lives and open the door to change by sharing our experiences, strengths and hopes with one another. In addition, we become willing to accept God's grace to solve our life problems.

Our program uses the same twelve steps that you will find in most other self-help groups. These steps provide a structured process in which to learn the most basic of spiritual truths and then apply them to our life. By working and applying these steps, we begin to grow spiritually. We finally become free from our addictive, compulsive, and dysfunctional behaviors. This freedom creates peace, serenity, joy, and most importantly, a stronger personal relationship with Jesus and with others.

- Alcoholism
- Drug addiction
- Co-dependency
- Physical & emotional abuse
- Sexual addictions
- Emotional pain
- Difficult or abusive relationships
- Post-traumatic stress
- Eating disorders
- Need to control
- Gossip
- Fear and anxiety

- Stress
- Rejection
- Low self-esteem
- Depression
- Feelings of guilt
- Inability to trust
- Lack of faith
- Resentments
- Grief
- Drama
- Anger
- Other life issues

Freedom in Recovery is currently on sabbatical. Check back in the fall for more information.

Typical meetings include an opening with introductions and prayer, praise and worship, a time for devotional study and learning from the Word of God, open sharing, and a closing prayer. After the main study, men and women split into their own groups to provide a safe place to share. The essentials of anonymity, confidentiality, and unity in Christ are always observed.

There is no cost to participate in the program. Freedom in Recovery is a continuing program, so it is never too late to start your healing process. You can learn more about recovery on the Freedom in Recovery website.


Freedom in Recovery™ is a registered trade name.