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UnCovery Devotional : Rethinking Recovery One Day At A Time – A 365 Day Dev$19.99Add to cart
All of us are recovering from something. Whether it’s an addiction, a painful incident from our past, or a daily challenge just to get by in this world, something is holding us back from the promised-land life God wants for us.
Real recovery isn’t a one-time event or a process that fits into twelve steps or a preset length of time. Uncovering how to live free of what holds you back is a lifelong journey, and one that is best traveled with others.
The Uncovery Devotional: Rethinking Recovery One Day at a Time will help you take those steps toward a better, healthier, happier you. The authors, George A. Wood and Brit Eaton, know that battles with addiction, mental health, suicidal thoughts, and past trauma cannot be won overnight. They’ve been in your shoes. And they provide the love, commitment, and compassion that will help you uncover and heal the bottom-line issue that causes you to struggle in the first place.
Each month follows a theme, such as reflection, relationship, and reconciliation, while each day provides a short Scripture and prayer.
Wild opportunities for hope, healing, and transformation exist for you in the Christian recovery space because you’re not working to recover an old, broken life–you’re going after a brand new one.
You’ll discover the truth about who you really are and Whose you really are so that you can reach deep levels of healing and deliverance.
1 Year Life Recovery Prayer Devotional$14.99Add to cart
Daily Hope and Inspiration from the Bible for Recovery from Addictions, Compulsions, and Persistent Hang-Ups.
Life Recovery is not just a way of life; it’s the path to the richest life possible. We are all fellow strugglers together as we battle addictions, dependencies, anxieties, depression, or difficult relationships that need healing. Each one of us faces our own unique battle.
God’s vision for your life is far more profound than you can ever imagine. Spending as little as one minute a day praying, meditating, and being in God’s presence can recapture that vision and equip you to live into it. The One Year Life Recovery Prayer Devotional is a resource that can help you do that. By spending time each day with the living God, you can grow in biblical wisdom and spiritual depth in order to overcome what seeks to control you.
Be free from what imprisons you. Each day, this devotional will prompt you to look to God for strength when you are weak-for hope when everything appears hopeless.
Rebuilding Trust After Betrayal$6.99Add to cart
Practical advice for healing and repairing broken trust and relationships.
A best friend who undermines you. A partner’s infidelity. A coworker that sabotages you or your workplace. A relative who steals from your family. Intimate betrayal strikes at the core of our capacity to trust and love, crushing the fundamental expectation that gives us the courage to connect deeply–the belief that the person we love wouldn’t hurt us. Whether the betrayal is through infidelity, emotional abuse, verbal aggression, or domestic violence, the psychological wound that cuts deepest is the perception that, ultimately, the person we love doesn’t care about our wellbeing.
So how can we heal from these wounds and even rebuild trust after betrayal? God provides the strength, guidance, and peace to overcome your current heartache and regain joy. And this handbook can help you do the hard work to walk on that path to healing.
Quickly Find the Information You Need on Repairing Relationships
In this handbook, you will learn:
*What to do when someone has betrayed your trust, or when you have betrayed the trust of someone else
*How to decide whether or not to repair the relationship and 10 daily steps to do so 3 essential elements of reconciliation
When A Loved One Is Addicted$6.99Add to cart
In When a Loved One Is Addicted, get practical advice, trusted research, definitions, causes, and solutions to helping a loved one recover from addiction.
You can be free of the harmful effects of a loved one’s addiction! Dr. Gregory Jantz believes every person can find a unique pathway through powerlessness, fear, guilt, shame, and despair back into the light and fresh air of freedom because God is the Great Healer, for whom anything is possible.
Discover ways to:
*Recognize the difference between compassion and codependence
*Identify signs and symptoms of addictions, as well as types of addictions
*Make your own health and wellbeing a priority
*Stop enabling your loved one’s addiction
*Set boundaries and stick to them
*Hold a positive, productive intervention
*Find the right kind of treatment program
*Support your loved one in treatment and beyond
By grounding yourself in a clear understanding of what addiction is, how and why it takes hold in someone’s life, and how to protect yourself while maintaining your love for them, you’ll be far better equipped to offer appropriate help. This book will help you gain the awareness you need to move forward in truth and grace, to succeed at what you can do: love the addict unconditionally and be a positive presence in their life, guided by healthy boundaries that protect everyone.
Celebrate Recovery 28 Devotions$3.99Add to cart
Are you on a recovery journey? Do you need a daily resource of hope to get you through every day? The Celebrate Recovery Booklet: 28 Devotions is perfect to share with someone on the road to recovery. These devotional readings provide encouragement for the millions on the road to recovery from various hurts, pain, or addiction of any kind.
Readers will find:
*deeper application of the 12 steps and 8 principles
*28 days of devotions, giving a glimpse of what can be found in the full 365-day devotional
*Scripture verses and focused prayers for each day
*guidance on how to recover from alcoholism, divorce, sexual abuse, codependency, domestic violence, drug addition, sexual addiction, food addiction, gambling addiction, and more
*reminders of God’s goodness, grace, and redemption
*inspiration to support others struggling with hurts, habits, and hang-ups
Celebrate Recovery is more than a 12-step recovery program; it is a means toward lasting life changes through Christ-centered 12 steps and 8 principles based on the Beatitudes. Through daily entries with scripture and prayer, you’ll discover the key to long-term recovery. Whether a self-purchase or a gift for someone you care about, Celebrate Recovery Booklet: 28 Devotions is designed to inspire readers during moments of strength and growth and to inspire them in times of weakness. This devotional booklet will bring comfort and encourage strength and provide words of hope, courage, and triumph
Taking An Honest And Spiritual Inventory Participants Guide 2 (Student/Study Gui$7.99Add to cart
The Celebrate Recovery Participant’s Guides are essential tools for the personal recovery journey. In the five lessons in Guide 2: Taking an Honest and Spiritual Inventory, you will experience an in-depth look at the 4th principle in the recovery process:
4 Openly examine and confess my faults to God, to myself, and to someone I trust. “Happy are the pure in heart” (Matthew 5:8).
By working through the lessons and exercises found in each of the four Participant’s Guides you will begin to experience the true peace and serenity you have been seeking, restore and develop stronger relationships with others and with God, and find freedom from life’s hurts, hang-ups, and habits. All the scriptures have been updated to the new NIV 2011 version.
Conscious Contact With God$19.95Add to cart
Conscious Contact with God is a new paraphrase of the Psalms that reflects the experience of addiction and living in recovery. It will speak powerfully to anyone who shares those experiences and struggles to find God present in the midst of them. Ideal for personal prayer, reflection, and meditation, as well as for praying and reflecting in groups, these thoughtful and inspiring texts are rich in the vocabulary and vision of the Twelve Steps.
This new resource, written by a leading expert on mental health and spiritual caregiving to those in recovery, fills a gap that has unfortunately existed until now for anyone addicted to alcohol, drugs, food, sex, or other substances or experiences. Here they will find compassion, understanding, and strength.
On The Threshold Of Hope$16.99Add to cart
1. Approching The Subject Of Sexual Abuse
2. Dealing With The Abuse
3. What Was Damaged In The Abuse
4. What Does Healing Look Like
On the Threshold of Hope offers hope and healing to men and women who have been traumatized by sexual abuse. Dr. Langberg’s insights and the quotations from many survivors assure readers that they are not alone and that Christ, the Redeemer, can heal their deep wounds. Through stories, Scripture, questions, and encouragement, Dr. Langberg walks with survivors on the road to healing through Christ’s love and power.
Your First Step To Freedom$15.99Add to cart
This instructional and informative book is written for those who want to help someone that is struggling with an addiction. For those struggling with a life-controlling problem, for church leaders, youth ministers, families and friends of an addict, this book has been written for you.
With over fifty years of experience and seeing first hand that people do not know how to help those suffering with an addiction, Don Wilkerson has written this book to help. Find useful guidance on:
-Taking the first step towards treedom
-Ministering to families of addicts
-Steps toward intervention for loved ones
-How to avoid a relapse
-From denial to decision
-And much more
Intimate Deception : Healing The Wounds Of Sexual Betrayal (Reprinted)$17.99Add to cart
Nothing destroys trust like sexual betrayal. Beyond broken vows, a woman who discovers that her husband has been viewing pornography or having an affair must deal with devastating blows to her self-image and self-worth. She must grapple with the fact that the man she thought she knew has lied and deceived her. She may even bear the brunt of shame and judgment when the people around her find out.
Drawing from her experience both as a marriage and family therapist and a woman who personally experienced the devastation of sexual betrayal, Dr. Sheri Keffer walks women impacted by betrayal through the pain and toward recovery. She explains how the trauma of betrayal affects our minds, bodies, spirits, and sexuality. She offers practical tools for dealing with emotional triggers and helps women understand the realities of sexual addiction. And she shows women how to practice self-care, develop healthy boundaries, protect themselves from abuse or manipulation, and find freedom from the burden of shame and guilt.
Assess Rebuild Connect$12.95Add to cart
Assess, Rebuild, Connect is the comprehensive resource that guides individuals and their loved ones through the three phases of addiction recovery and into a life of sustained sobriety.
Featuring reflection questions and room for written responses, plus real-life success stories to inspire and encourage, Assess, Rebuild, Connect provides a trusted companion through pre-treatment, treatment, and aftercare.
Readers will be empowered to:
*ASSESS their issues and obstacles and set realistic expectations about the journey ahead
*REBUILD the most important parts of their lives: trust in themselves and in the process; self-respect and confidence; and coping skills for tasks such as finding a safe place to life, getting a job, or returning to school.
*CONNECT with the real world outside of addiction, repairing relationships and managing the challenges of maintaining lifelong sobriety.
Based on decades of clinical experience, Assess, Rebuild, Connect is a down-to-earth tool for creating a new life beyond addiction–the life everyone deserves.
When Darkness Seems My Closest Friend$18.99Add to cart
1. The Mask
2. The Volcano
3. The Cave
4. The Weight
5. The Invisibility Cloak
6. The Closing
7. The Way
8. The Fellow-traveller
9. The Gift
Appendix 1: Managing The Symptoms
Appendix 2: Unexpected Friends In The Cave
Appendix 3: Some Words From Inside The Cave
When Mark Meynell spoke in a central London church, more than 1,500 people hung on to his every word. What they couldn’t have known was that their minister was terrified of being laid bare in public.
Fear of shame and exposure is crippling, even if, as in Mark’s case, the sufferer is innocent. And it’s one of the most devastating elements of depression, although certainly not the only one.
Mark invites us into the darkness of his cave. We relive significant moments from boarding school, Uganda, Berli, and London. We visit the Psalms, Job, and The Pilgrim’s Progress.
If you’re after neat conclusions and a fair-weather faith, this is not for you. This book serves up gritty reality and raw honesty, but also the heartfelt hope that the author’s brokenness “can somehow contribute to another person’s integration” and “inspire their clinging while beset by darkness or fog or blizzards.”