To get started in celebrate Recovery, just show up. Where,you may ask?
Simply use this site to find the Bryan/College Station Meeting days/times
that work for you using the navigation links at the top of the page.
Ready For Something Different
Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered and Bible-based 12 Step Recovery Program.
The purpose is to focus on Gods healing power through fellowship with others.
By working the 12 Steps and the 8 Beatitude Principles, issue groups open up,
share experiences, and explore hope. In this way, we become willing to accept
Gods grace in solving our problem
Who Need's Celebrate Recovery
Anyone can participate in Celebrate Recovery:
- Anyone ready to start a new life
- The churched and the un-churched
- Men and women
- The addicted and their families
- The guilty, sad, or compulsive
- Anyone in need of recovery
- So anyone & everyone
How Does Celebrate Recovery Work
This tried and proven recovery system uses the traditional methods of issue groups, sponsors,
accountability partners, and special occasions to build recovery for those struggling with addictive habits,
codependency, childhood hurts, and other life experiences that affect our peace. In Celebrate Recovery groups,
the walking wounded study, pray, share, and take the steps necessary to experience a better life.
Life's Healing Choices
Fall Semester - Life's Healing Choices (Small Group)
Hope for this Study: Everyone has an issue that holds them back from being fully committed to Christ.
When we really look at the Beatitudes we can begin to see them as one of God’s pathways to wholeness, growth,
and spiritual maturity.
A&M Church of Christ at 2475 Earl Rudder Highway, College Station, Texas Wednesday evenings beginning August, 28th from 7:00-8:00 p.m. Room 214 (16 weeks) *Childcare is available Contact: Randy Hudgens (979) 574-1687
Central Baptist Church at 1991 FM 158, College Station, Texas, Sunday evenings beginning September 8th
from 5:00-6:30 p.m. Room 200B (9 weeks) *Childcare is available Contact:
Andy Yarbrough (979) 446-1927