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Celebrate Recovery  (3743)

05/21/2012 7:00 PM - 05/21/2012 9:30 PM

If the following applies to you, or if you want to change any habits, addictions or hurts, God can, and wants to help. The Predictable Pattern of Relapse. 4 Phases: 1. Complacency A. People get comfortable. They have confessed their problem, started to
deal with it, and made some progress. Then they get comfortable. B. They feel like they don’t need accountability because they are doing well. 2. Confusion A. “Maybe my problem really wasn’t all that bad; maybe I can handle it myself.” B. They forget how bad
it used to be. 3. Compromise A. They go back to the place of temptation. “I can handle it. I have overcome.” C. The compromise begins with little things, and before long it all unravels and all the ground that’s been gained is lost. 4. Catastrophe A. They
give in again to the old hurt, hang up, or habit. B. Need to understand this: the catastrophe is not the relapse. The relapse began in phase 1 with complacency. The catastrophe is simply the end result.


Location: 2 miles east of Rt. 22

1251 Terrill Rd.
Scotch Plains, NJ 07076
United States


Sponsoring Organizations: Evangel Church


Type of Event: Faith-Based




Targeted participants for this year's event: 35



Primary Contact:
Bob
1251 Terrill Rd.

Scotch Plains, NJ  07076

United States
9083229300









 

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