When God creates opportunities in my life it is still up to me to participate. As I reflect on my recovery where I am now, where I have come from and how I got here, I realize the importance of acting on His leading in my life. If […]
I was unsure of how to go about this, and felt totally inadequate– I was scared to death, if you want the truth of it. 1 Corinthians 2:3 Recovery can be a scary prospect. To move away from addiction, that, even though it is painful is comfortable. When […]
Do you trust God to govern you fairly? Each of us has special talents that God has given to us. He wants us to use them in service to Him and others.
What makes a healthy ministry? The answer is obvious: A healthy congregation…. Why the Holy Spirit put this thought in my head I don’t know, but He did so in this post I will share with you what we discussed. As Christians we are all commanded to take […]
It is easy to think of recovery in the terms of ‘to stop using’. Prior to coming to the ‘Bridge Program’ I spent time in a rehab in Western Australia and attended A.A. Meetings regularly. But that was all I did -,’stopped using’. I did nothing about stopping […]
Our hope for a lasting, growing future must involve healthy relationships. With God and with others. Without healthy relationships lasting, growing recovery is impossible.
Many of us have been impaired by alcohol or drugs. Some will carry the damage permanently. We shall be wise not to magnify our afflictions too much, or they will rule us. Instead of magnifying our weaknesses we must learn to magnify the Lord. This is a good […]
Do I depend on God for my sense of adequacy? For the task of representing Christ “Am I enough”. For the position of head of my household “Am I enough?”. To live out God’s purpose “Am I enough?” The answer on my own “NO” but with Christ a […]