with Meaghan Grider and Jennene Eklund

The writer of Proverbs 31 uses the expression “Eshet Hayil” or “Woman of Valor” to describe the woman whose praises he recounts throughout the chapter. And so are you today, as a leader in Celebrate Recovery, a Woman of Valor! Together, we will inspire and encourage one another to tackle and embrace the unique tension, the unique calling, and the unique blessing that is being a woman in leadership.

2019 Summit Workshops

with John and Jennene Eklund “I looked in the rear view mirror and saw the fear in my kids’ eyes. I realized I wasn’t controlling my anger, my anger was...

with Donna Yearsin Building a Strong Celebration Place from the Start Families in recovery experience change…even though the change is good, it can be...

with Donna Yearsin Same Message---New Method After several years of teaching the lessons in Celebration Place, I became bored with the material.  My...

with John Eklund and Bob Newby “Aren’t Christians supposed to sacrifice themselves for others?”  “He needs me- he has no one else.” “This will be the last...

with Mac and Mary Owen Everybody deals with conflict, even if you’ve been in recovery for many years. Mac and Mary will expound on the trap of offense. You...

with Hess Hester and Rick Hawks It is often said, “Recovery is for everyone!” It should be also added, “Recovery is for Pastors too!” But, can a pastor...

with Danny Duchene When John was sent to prison, both he and his family lost hope for their future. But then volunteers from a local Celebrate Recovery...

with Richard Cobb While I felt like God was calling me to Mission work, I had no idea what I was doing. How do I begin, where will I go and how long will I...

with John Eklund and Cheryl Luke Breaking down cultural barriers is hard work. We are created in the image of God.  We are created to do good works together....

with Jeni Baker and Sabrena Stolze “I’m scared. I’m tired. Things will never get better. I’ll never change. I don’t know how to change.” When we walk into a...

with Ken Haffner and Meaghan Grider Did you know that it only takes 7 seconds to make a first impression on another person? Our CR groups have a short window...

with Rodney and Carol Holmstrom “I walked into my first large group meeting of Celebrate Recovery scared out of my mind. What is this Celebrate Recovery...

with Rodney Holmstrom “I want to help people with mental health struggles but sometimes get so frustrated on how to do this well in our ministry.  What if I...

with Joe Clark Spreading the Hope found in Jesus Christ through Celebrate Recovery, The Landing and Celebration Place. Learn HOW to restore HOPE to...

with Meaghan Grider and Scott Kemp Many people have never learned or had a place to express themselves in a healthy way or in a safe environment. Open Share...

“After 30 years of addiction, most recently IV heroin use, thanks to Celebrate Recovery I have 69 days clean!” As the worst addiction epidemic in history...

with Johnny and Jeni Baker; Mac and Mary Owen If you are just getting ready to launch a new Celebrate Recovery, if you need to reboot an existing ministry,...

with Jennene Eklund and Sheila Knudson After trying to do it on our own and failing miserably, we realized we needed community. Join us as we discuss the...

with Rodney Holmstrom and James Daman How is your factory running? Step studies can be a leadership factory and can produce healthy leaders who have...

with Andy Petry What did our pain look like when we were in Jr. High and High School? How did it influence our hurts, hang-ups, and habits later on? What...

with Andy Petry A ministry that endures is a ministry that keeps moving forward – and our biggest challenges can be our biggest opportunities for growth. The...

with Quint Pitts It's been three years since we launched the Welcome Home initiative. We've learned a lot about launching and sustaining this vital ministry...

with Meaghan Grider and Jennene Eklund The writer of Proverbs 31 uses the expression “Eshet Hayil” or “Woman of Valor” to describe the woman whose praises he...

with Ken Haffner and Cheryl Luke You might ask, why should I write and share my testimony? Or, how could my testimony impact others? What does my testimony...