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12 Steps with God I

Twelve Steps with God (Part 1) This is a 14 week Recovery Training Course in Steps One through Six. You will be trained in how to identify addictive behaviors.  

COURSE OUTLINE

  • The origins of addictions – The dysfunctional roots
  • How to examine recovery profiles in the Bible
  • Discover God’s plan for deliverance
  • Understand the role of submission in recovery
  • Understand the power of the role of conversion in recovery
  • Self-examination time – uncover your own addictions
  • Learn the Christian foundation for origin of the Twelve -Step Program
  • How to effectively prepare for each step
  • Practice counseling using the first six steps
  • Workbook completion and journal entry

YOU WILL LEARN:

  • Biblical principles and precepts
  • How to effectively counsel those who are addicted and substance abusers
  • Step overviews to assist in understanding, working, and preparing for the steps
  • How to review common dysfunctional behavior characteristics
  • Recovery principles dev otional that will build an excellent guide for recovery
  • How to examine recovery profiles to glean important recovery lessons from Bible characters
  • The role of submission
  • Common behavior characteristics
  • The role of conversion
  • The role of confession
  • The role of repentance
  • The role of humility
  • How to make amends with others
  • The discipline of making amends

BENEFITS FOR YOU:

  • Be able to understand the twelve steps from a Biblical perspective
  • Study the twelve steps intensively to recognize clearly the spiritual discipline that has to take place before deliverance
  • Effectively understand the role of submission, conversion, confession, repentance, amends, maintenance, and prayer in the recovery process

YOU WILL BE ABLE TO:

  • Help the counselee recognize God’s power in helping them succeed at every step
  • Help the counselee maintain progress in recovery
  • Practice the principles of medication and spiritual discipline

WHAT YOU WILL MISS:

  • An opportunity to understand problems from a Biblical perspective
  • The opportunity to develop your counseling skills
  • Knowledge of how to use the twelve-step Bible study
  • An opportunity to be mentored by a successful, experienced counselor

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