Having the proper tools to recovery is extremely important in any treatment plan, however they are especially important in a Faith-Based Recovery plan. The plan focuses on the promises and character of God, which are found in the Holy Bible. That book, along with others, are what we here at CASA Recovery base our Faith-Based recovery curriculum on. Here are some examples of tools we use:
The Life Recovery Bible, Personal Size NLT
The HOLY BIBLE is a book about recovery. It records how the world began and how God created it to be good. Then it tells us about the beginning of sin-about the first time people decided to reject God’s plan. It spells out the fatal consequences that result from rejecting God’s program. But the Bible doesn’t leave us in despair. It reveals a plan for recovery and the source of power to accomplish it. It provides us with the only pathway to wholeness-God’s program for reconciliation and healing. Each feature in The Life Recovery Bible leads readers to the powerful resources for recovery found in the Holy Scriptures.
Boundaries Workbook: When to Say Yes When to Say No To Take Control of Your Life
Draw the line . . . Used with its companion book, Boundaries, this workbook will provide practical, non-theoretical exercises that will help you set healthy boundaries with parents, spouses, children, friends, co-workers, and even yourself . . . by drawing on God’s wisdom. Being a loving and unselfish Christian does not mean never telling anyone no. This workbook helps you discover what boundaries you need and how to avoid feeling guilty about setting them. It will give you biblically based answers to questions you have about boundaries.
A Guide to the Big Book’s Design for Living With Your Higher Power
The first three Steps show us how we can build a working relationship with our Higher Power, or God as we understand God. Steps One, Two and Three are covered in the Big Book from page xxiii (xxv, 4 ed.] to the bottom of page 63. The next four steps, Steps Four through Seven show us how we can better know and live at peace with ourselves. Steps Four, Five, Six and Seven are covered in the Big Book on the last two lines of page 63 to the end of the second paragraph on page 76. Finally, the last five Steps – Steps Eight through Twelve – give us a design for living meaningful lives with other people and for continuing a daily program of recovery the rest of our lives. The Big Book covers these Steps from the third paragraph on page 76 to the end of page 103.
The Twelve Steps: A Spiritual Journey (Tools for Recovery)
“We use The Twelve Steps–A Spiritual Journey as a vehicle to move our people down the road to further discipleship and fellowship. When used in the group experience, it promotes unity and molds people together into the family of God”.
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