• Meeting Information

    Sunday,

    • Online

    Open / Co-Ed Group
    7pm Eastern Time Zone
    6pm Central Time Zone

    12 Step Life Recovery Bible Study

    ZOOM: 72600169689
    PW: rule62

    What is Journey to Recovery?

    Journey to Recovery is a Christian faith-based Twelve Step group for Christians in recovery from drugs and alcohol. We believe that alcoholism is an addiction, and that the alcoholic is an individual who cannot, as a matter of will power alone, control his or her own dependency.

    The central theme of Journey to Recovery is found in 2 Corinthians 5:17: “Therefore, if any man is in Christ, he is a new creation, old things have passed away; behold, all things have become new.”
    Realizing that faith in Jesus Christ is the true way to peace, we Christians in recovery have banded together in a mutual effort to transfer dependence on their addictions to dependence on Christ. Our common goal is to allow Jesus to become the guiding influence in their lives, and lead us to recovery and restoration.

    By sharing our experience, strength, and hope, we encourage Christian growth as we slowly separate ourselves from the bitter and lonely trauma of alcoholism and addictions and its effects. We are devoted to support and education about addictive problems, reconciliation to GOD and family, and encouragement and support of one another through fellowship in recovery. We are here to grow.

    Journey to Recovery is not intended to replace Alcoholics Anonymous, Ala-non, or any other support group. The focus of Journey to Recovery is to provide a safe group environment where recovering individuals who have recognized Jesus Christ as their “Higher Power” can gather and share their struggles and their victories.

    Who should attend Journey to Recovery meetings?

    Believers struggling with an addiction to alcohol/drugs who, although committed Christians, may still be suffering in silence out of fear, shame, guilt, and lack of ability to trust — all of which are characteristic responses to this family disease.
    Non-Christians still addicted to alcohol/drugs who feel compelled to search out the true “higher power” Jesus Christ, attempting to identify Him, to come to know Him, and then to trust Him for healing power.

    Contact:
    Chuck Stonex
    cwstonex@outlook.com
    325-430-3129

  • Online Meeting

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    Meeting ID: 726 0016 9689 Passcode: rule62

  • ZOOM

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    Alamogordo, NM 88310

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  • Updated July 9, 2024