A book study for the season of Lent…
Each day brings news of someone entering rehab for treatment. While many people struggle with obvious addictions such as alcoholism or substance abuse, less evident but just-as-serious problems may lie below the most composed surface.
In One Day at a Time Trevor Hudson takes a fresh look at the Twelve Steps used by Alcoholics Anonymous. These practical guiding principles of recovery can help you, whatever your struggle, to reclaim self-worth and renewal.
Discover how the Twelve Steps can help you have a closer relationship with God and enable you to live with greater joy and freedom.
One Day at a Time is for you if you:
• worry too much • battle stress and tension • struggle with compulsive or addictive behavior
• feel trapped by self-condemnation, guilt, and regret
• sabotage relationships with destructive behavior
• worship regularly but feel bogged down in pious clichés and empty ritual
Taking one step at a time, one day at a time, you will find out how to be victorious over weaknesses that once sabotaged your life and relationships.
Sunday Evenings at 5 p.m.
Starting March 5, 2017
Click here for a schedule and overview of the class sessions.
For more information click here to email Jay Voorhees, or call the church office at (615) 868-1673.