In this session we will discuss the six characteristics that are key to becoming a great Celebrate Recovery leader. The six characteristics that we will discuss are leaders that Love Learning, Embrace Vulnerability, Accept Responsibility, Demonstrate Service, Express Boldness, and Recognize Needs.

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  • In this session, James will give us some inspiring life change stories and how Angel…

    by James Ackerman
  • Getting the word outside about what's going on inside! In the United States over 180…

    by Jeff Stultz
  • It is often said, “Recovery is for everyone!” It should be also added, “Recovery is…

    by Hess Hester
  • Reclaim the Promise of Family Psalm 127:3 says, “Children are a heritage from the Lord…a…

    by Donna Yearsin
  • Come Rejoice Summit Opening Session

    by John and Cheryl Baker
  • In ministry, we can find ourselves in the deep pit of pain and struggles with…

    by Rodney Holmstrom
  • God loves His captive people! When God spoke the words, “You will go out with…

    by Danny Duchene
  • Growing up in the early 70’s there was a song with the lyrics, “There are…

    by Mac and Mary Owen
  • Hope and Help towards WellnessOne in five adults will experience a mental illness in the…

    by Sarah Stanton
  • Even though it’s such a common area of recovery, it can be a hard one…

    by Cheryl Baker and Jeni Baker
  • Share the Joy in your Heart in CR Native Nations: If you remember some of…

    by Joe Clark
  • Healthy relationships are vital for our recovery. Understanding how pornography negatively alters how we see…

    by Roger Stanton
  • We call our ministry Celebrate Recovery, so what is recovery and how does it differ…

    by Johnny Baker
  • Johnny Baker, Mac Owen, Rodney Holmstrom Our world is changing at a rapid pace. Now…

    by Johnny Baker, Mac Owen, Rodney Holmstrom
  • The Power of Rewiring to Engage the Mind of Christ Romans 12:1-2 challenges us to…

    by Cheryl Luke
  • Better Than New Restoration has been defined as "to bring back" or "to return something…

    by Mac and Mary Owen
  • There are so many ways the enemy hijacks our sexuality. When we find recovery, understanding…

    by Carol Holmstrom
  • Why do we keep moving toward destructive habits that only lengthen the pain? The enemy…

    by Rodney Holmstrom
  • In this session we will discuss the six characteristics that are key to becoming a…

    by John Baker
  • What would life have looked like if we would have found recovery when we were…

    by Andy Petry
  • It's been four years since we launched the Welcome Home initiative. Some interesting things have…

    by Quint Pitts
  • Many of you may be new to Celebrate Recovery, and may have many questions about…

    by Johnny and Jeni Baker
  • Find Freedom From Food Issues We require food to live. And God gave us food…

    by Sabrena Stolze
  • In the world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world,…

    by Richard Cobb
  • “Working Our Recovery In An Ever Changing World With A Never Changing God” | Meaghan…

    by Meaghan Grider