Christian Support Group Resources for Healing & Recovery

People who are grieving, trying to break addictions, or facing a host of other life challenges can benefit from a study that provides God's perspective on their suffering or struggles. These resources can be used in Christian support groups or to increase your understanding of the issues.

Click on a tab below to view a list of either general or specific issues for which you might have a support group.

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General Recovery Resources

Celebrate Recovery Curriculum for Adults, Children, & Youth

 

Other Recovery Books & Curriculum

The Twelve Steps: A Spiritual Journey by Friends in Recovery

Boundaries, DVD Curriculum by Henry Cloud, John Townsend

Healing for Damaged Emotions by David A. Seamands

Changes That Heal by Henry Cloud

Turn Your Life Around: Break Free from Your Past to a New and Better You by Dr. Tim Clinton
 

Christian Recovery & Support Group Programs

Celebrate Recovery
Christians In Recovery
Living Free
Overcomers Outreach

Specific Recovery Resources

Abuse (emotional, physical, sexual)

Addictions Recovery (general)

Adult Children of Dysfunctional Families

Aging Parents

Anger

Anxiety

Attention Deficit

Chronic Illness or Pain

Co-Dependency

Depression

Divorce

Drug & Alcohol Addictions (Substance Abuse)

Eating Disorders

Grief & Loss

Guilt & Shame

Love & Relationship Addiction

Self-Esteem Issues

Sexual Addictions

 

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May God use your support group to bring healing, comfort, and encouragement. These resources provide studies that can help but remember people also need you to walk alongside of them with compassion and unconditional acceptance.
 

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