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The Process of Training


The Process of Training Training is not a step-by-step process such as baking a cake, or even preparing a sermon.  Each trainee is unique – with problems, attitudes, values, expectations and experiences that are unlike any other.  The trainer (whose … Continue reading

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The Techniques of Training


The Techniques of Training Training is primarily a relationship in which one person, the trainer, seeks to train another human being on how to have a better “Quality of Life“.  The trainer’s needs are mostly met elsewhere and he or … Continue reading

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The Goals of Training


The Goals of Training What are some of these goals?  Any list must include at least the following. Self-understanding.  To understand oneself is often a first step in healing.  Many problems are self-imposed but the one being helped may fail … Continue reading

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Objectives:


Objectives: •To explore the Sixth through Ninth Steps in order to understand the process of repentance. •To reflect on the grace of God and how it affects us. •To discuss the biblical view of repentance. Steps: •Six: Were entirely ready … Continue reading

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human condition.


human condition. Addictions confront us head-on with the human condition.  Addicted people know what it means to will one thing and yet do another.  They know what it means to fail.  They know what it means to betray trust.  Their … Continue reading

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The Power of Naming


The Power of Naming What is your addiction of choice?  It is very important to identify what it is, because if you can’t name your addiction, you can’t get well.  This is foundational to the whole Twelve Step program.  This … Continue reading

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Introduction


Introduction Read Ephesians 2:1-10 where the goal of the Twelve Step program is well expressed.  This is where Paul describes how reconciliation takes place between God and people.  At the root of our addictive behavior is the fact that we … Continue reading

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What “grace” (help) am I receiving which helps me cope?


Image via Wikipedia What “grace” (help) am I receiving which helps me cope? It cannot be based on just reward; because our reward is in the future. Just as in school on earth, we as children were not able to … Continue reading

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