The main page of the International Christian Recovery Coalition website has been updated and expanded to give you the backdrop, the mission statement, and an excellent summary of the new Introductory Foundations for Christian Recovery class.
For the Coalition page, see www.ChristianRecoveryCoalition.com
For full details on the recovery class and how to obtain it: www.dickb.com/IFCR-Class.shtml
We believe you will want to get on board the International Christian Recovery Coalition--an informal, no cost, gathering of Christian leaders and Christians in recovery who want others to know the role that God, His Son Jesus Christ, and the Bible played in the recovery movement before, during, and after A.A. was founded in 1935, and can play today. Let us know if you would like to become a participant.
We believe you will also want to steep yourself in the foundations for Christian recovery that our new Introductory Foundations for Christian Recovery class offers. This so that teachers and students alike can have something other than the "wisdom of the rooms" and the opinions of secular professionals and historians. Early recovery movements were based on reliance on the Creator. And their successes were widely known--evangelists, rescue missions, YMCA, Salvation Army, Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor, and even the Oxford Group and the teachings of Rev. Samuel M. Shoemaker--a cofounder of A.A.
Get up to speed by participating in the International Christian Recovery Coalition and by obtaining the Introductory Foundations for Christian Recovery class. Again: See www.ChristianRecoveryCoalition.com. And www.dickb.com/IFCR-Class.shtml
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