No matter what you're experiencing, you don't need to face it alone. At Christ Fellowship we know that life is lived better together. Christ Fellowship’s Recovery Ministry offers fellowship with others while celebrating God’s healing power in our lives through a twelve step approach.
They can be used as a way out of self-destructive behavior, as a recovery tool in which to learn new behaviors, and as a way to establish a closer relationship with God. When the steps are used in conjunction with support groups, they provide an opportunity to experience feelings, talk openly with others, enjoy life one day at a time, and develop healthy relationships.
Christ Fellowship offers a large variety of Recovery and Restoration classes as part of our Life Studies program. Here, you can find growth and recovery programs that offer the care, counsel and encouragement you are seeking. We want to help you take steps toward your recovery by getting the help you need along side others who share your same struggles. Explore our menu of support and recovery ministries and let us walk the path with you. Click here to see a full list of the Recovery & Restoration classes.
Addiction can be defined as a pattern of enslaving, destructive habits. Alcohol, drugs, food, work, gambling, sex, or any other compulsive behaviors may be considered addictive and have negative effects both psychologically and physically.
Codependency can be defined as an addiction to people, behaviors, or things. Codependency is trying to control inferior feelings by attempting to change or manipulate people, things, and events. A codependent person will also try to rescue others to feel good about them self. The central theme in every codependent person's life is control.
Sexual Integrity Sexual addiction is best described as a progressive intimacy disorder characterized by compulsive sexual thoughts and acts. Like all addictions, its negative impact on the addict and on family members increases as the disorder progresses. Over time, the addict usually has to intensify the addictive behavior to achieve the same results.
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“I felt discouraged and trapped while I was seeking help for my marriage to address the hurtful behaviors I was experiencing. Recovery has taught me that I can obtain the help and support I need even if the other person never changes.”