Recovery Through Christ

Even as God’s Children, we all have struggles in our lives. This recovery program will cover all of the bases by focusing on the big issues that bring pain into our lives, as well as spend time searching through the smaller matters that many of us face.

Whether you struggle with dishonesty, stress, anger, low self-esteem, eating disorders, alcoholism, co-dependency, substance abuse, sexual addiction, or maybe you just struggle with sin in general, the purpose for the Recovery – Through Christ ministry is to offer you the strength, hope, and healing that you need in your life.

No matter what hardship you may be facing, Jesus tells us to, “Take My yoke upon you and learn from Me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and YOU WILL FIND REST FOR YOUR SOULS” (Matthew 11:29).

As we work through this program together, we will study Jesus’ way to truly have peace in our lives. You are not alone anymore!

What we are:

  • A safe place for Christians who struggle with sin.
  • A place to come to a better understanding of God’s love, grace, and mercy.
  • A place to grow and become strong again.

What we are not:

  • A place for therapy
  • A place to judge others
  • A quick fix
  • A place of perfection

For more information:

email rtc@mtjuliet.org

or call Jaime Harper at 512-6278

Your information will be kept confidential

Our purpose:

  • To minister to Christians and seekers of Christ who struggle with hurts, hardships, dysfunctions, and sin
  • To help people come closer to God, become stronger in Him, and be spiritually nourished
  • To offer a safe place where people in recovery can feel comfortable sharing their weaknesses, strengths, hopes, and faith
  • To restore balance and order to disrupted lives

What to expect:

  • Leaders who have struggled through a similar hurt, hardship, dysfunction or sin
  • Weekly small group sessions with gender specific groups and leaders*
  • Structured lesson plans
  • Confidentiality

* Weekly attendance is expected.

What we need from the congregation:

  • Prayers for the success of the ministry
  • Spiritual support
  • Prayers for the spiritual growth of the congregation
  • Help with opportunities such as:
    • Childcare
    • Individuals with recovery experience – be prayerful about being a part of this new ministry, serving as leaders, sponsors, and accountability partners.
    • And prayers of thanks for God’s love, mercy, and longsuffering!

General addictions and struggles that the program will address

Addictions:

Alcohol

Compulsive Behaviors

Food

Gambling

Pornography

Prescriptions Drugs

Sex

Substance Abuse

Struggles:

Anger

Anxiety

Co-dependency

Control

Dishonesty

Eating Disorders

Emotional

Fear

Guilt

Insecurity

Struggles:

Low Self-esteem

Past Hurts

Perfectionism

Pride

Refection

Resentments

Shame

Stress

Worry

Our expectation is to expand the ministry each year; incorporating open meetings on Friday nights, small group sessions for individualized addictions and struggles, and many more opportunities for you to either be involved in, or find help through. But in order for these things to happen in the future, we need your prayers, help, support, and participation to get the ministry going today.

Jaime Harper, ministry leader

For more information:

email rtc@mtjuliet.org

or call Jaime Harper at 512-6278

Your information will be kept confidential