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Celebrate Recovery: A Hymn of Thanksgiving

I recently sat down with our Celebrate Recovery (CR) leadership team, men and women who have been engaged in the healing work of CR for several years.  I was curious: What made them come back week after week to serve

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Posted in Sharing Our Stories, Testimonies

Improving our Conscious Contact with God

By the time one reaches the end of their journey through Celebrate Recovery’s 12 Step program, participants have had many victories over their hurts, habits, and hang-ups. Those who honestly work the program

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The Impossible Made Possible

Originally posted on Who Moved My Tree:
Yesterday was a good day, but it was also bittersweet.  We celebrated the life of a man I had only known for about 3 years.  But, in those 3 years, he was a…

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Sponsor Vs. Friendship: What’s the Difference?

The above question about the difference between being a sponsor and a friend routinely comes up in Celebrate Recovery meetings.  Here’s some valuable insights on this sometimes confusing situation…

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Posted in Recovery Principles

I Walked this Road Before

As a Celebrate Recovery leader, I get the pleasure of watching God at work and speaking into others’ lives.  It’s not because I’m a trained recovery professional or a therapist.  It’s because I’ve walked this road before and experienced the

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Posted in Recovery Principles, Sharing Our Stories

At Home for the Holidays?

Laugh all you want at the above caption, but it rings true for many people in or out of recovery circles.  Seeing this at a church service I recently attended brought up some reminders of how recovery has helped me

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Posted in Recovery Principles, Sharing Our Stories

Using Our Weaknesses to Serve God

Having had a spiritual experience as the result of these steps, we tried to carry this message to others, and to practice these principles in all our affairs. Step 12, the last step in the Celebrate Recovery program—giving back, sharing

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Special Meeting Announcement

Efffective 1/2/2017, official Monday night CR meetings are temporarily suspended. A men's accountability group will be meeting at 7 PM instead (except for Monday holidays). This is an open men's group.

Check the national CR meeting locator for other local programs. (http://locator.crgroups.info/)

Location & Time:
425-392-8636
Monday evenings, 7 PM, men's accountability group, in the UnderGround Cafe.
No meetings on holidays.
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