The Grace Walk Recovery Ministry believes that God’s Answer for addiction is freedom in Christ. The truth is that freedom has been provided for every child of God; It was for freedom that Christ set us free…(Gal. 5 :1). The finished work of Christ has provided freedom for every believer, for we know that old self was crucified with Him that the body of sin might be down away with, that we should no longer be slaves to sin, because anyone who has died has been freed from sin (Rom. 6:6,7). Anyone who is struggling with an addiction is simply believing a lie. Jesus said you will know the truth and the truth will set you free (John 8:32). When a person knows the truth they will experience freedom in Christ. Our goal is to present the truth of God’s clear, complete and definitive answer for addiction, which is freedom in Christ.
Scripture teaches clearly that the finished work of Christ provides freedom from not only the penalty of sin, but the power of sin. Our belief is that a person who understands who they are and what they have in Christ will not engage in self-destructive addictive behaviors as a lifestyle. In other words they will live in peace, joy and freedom from addiction.
Freedom is your birthright as a child of God. DON’T SETTLE FOR LESS! Our focus is to teach, train, equip and provide resources for people to conduct recovery ministries where people find true and lasting freedom in Christ. This is being accomplished through books, workbooks, devotionals, DVD’s and webinars. The webinars are designed to present the truth that sets free from addictive behavior and train and equip a person to have a recovery ministry where this takes place.
Jesus declared “The Spirit of the Lord is on me, because He has anointed me to preach good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim freedom for the prisoners and recovery of sight for the blind, to release the oppressed.” — Luke 4:18
God’s Grace to you,
Helping Others Overcome Addictions Webinar Begins Thursday, April 4 – Help Others Find True and Lasting Freedom from Addiction
The Helping Others Overcome Addictions Webinar is based on the book by the same name written by Mike Quarles and Steve McVey. It clearly shows that God has an answer for addiction, which is freedom in Christ with a focus on how to help others find true and lasting freedom in Christ. It exposes the lie that most of the church has bought that the only way to deal with an addiction is commit yourself to a rigorous program of rules, steps and principles and shows that God has already provided freedom for every believer. Understanding the finished work of Christ one is able to believe the truth of who they are in Christ and that they are dead to sin and freed from it. The emphasis is on not what to do and not do, but on the “truth that sets free”. Loved ones of those struggling with addictions learn what to do and what not to do to help them. The Webinar’s eight sessions are:
1. The Lie the Church Believes About Addiction – And how it keeps so many from finding freedom
2. It’s Worse Than a Disease – It’s bondage but God has an answer for it and it is freedom
3. The Prerequisite to Finding Freedom From Addiction – What has to take place before a person finds their freedom
4. The Birthright of a Child of God – God has already provided everything we need to be free in Christ
5. If I’m So Good, Why Do I Act So Bad – Why we struggle, fail and fall and why we don’t have to
6. The Most Liberating Thing You Will Ever Do – Forgiveness, an act of spiritual warfare
7. It’s Not Up to Us – We can’t free or sanctify ourselves, but God has already done it
8. What We Can Do To Help Others and What to Stop Doing – Speaking the truth in love and exercising tough love
This Webinar is held every week on Thursday, from:
Apr 4, 2013 to May 23, 2013 8:00 PM – 9:00 PM EDT
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