Johnny Baker, Mac Owen, Rodney Holmstrom Our world is changing at a rapid pace. Now more than ever people need to hear the hope of Jesus Christ through CR. What does it look like as we reengage in our local CR ministry post Covid-19? In this session Johnny, Mac and Rodney will unpack some important ideas and things to think about as you reopen and reengage with the broken in your community and church through Celebrate Recovery.

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    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