We will have large group worship, lecture/testimony and prayer, then break into gender-specific groups for sharing and discussion. Following that will be a gathering in the Solid Rock Café for fellowship.
Hurts, hang-ups and habits: There is not a person in the world who doesn't deal with at least one of these issues at some level - and many of us struggle with all three.
- If you are hurt, God says, "I will heal you."
- If you are confused, God says, "I will lead you."
- If you feel helpless' God says, "I will help you."
- If you feel alone, God says, "I will comfort you."
- If you feel anxious and afraid, God says, "I will offer peace to you."
HURTS - The feeling of being hurt is an emotional reaction to another person's behavior or to a disturbing situation (abuse-physical, emotional, spiritual or sexual, divorce, rejection, abandonment, codependency, relationship issues, grief, financial distress, etc.)
HANG-UPS - Hang-ups are negative mental attitudes that are used to cope with people or an adversity (anger, depression, fear or unforgiveness).
HABITS - A habit is an addiction to someone or something (alcohol, drugs, food, gambling, sex, shopping, smoking, media, pornography, same sex relationships, self-injury, etc.).
The beginning of the healing process starts by admitting our need. "God blesses those who realize their need for him" Matthew 5:3 NLT. When we reach the end of our rope and give up our self-sufficiency, God can move into our lives with healing and growth.
Through God's grace and living the 8 Principles of Celebrate Recovery, we will find freedom from our hurts, hang-ups and habits. Instead of playing the "accuse and excuse" game of victimization, we will face up to our own poor choices and deal with things we can do something about.
Co-ministry Leaders: Kevin and Michelle Noble
Phone: (605) 677-9402 or (605) 202-1336
Check out the Celebrate Recovery page for more details.