I had one year clean and sober when I found myself in a critical place within my recovery. I hit a spiritual roadblock. I could not grasp the "God-Piece" and had a very difficult time making a Spiritual Connection with a God of my own understanding. The truth be told, I did not understand God at all. I was confused and angry with God. I needed real answers.
I would practice meditation, and other spiritual rituals along with calming music and even burned candles and incense while reading my daily devotionals, but the power and the connection was never there. A calmness would come over me during my spiritual practices but that feeling of peace would not last or empower me to face the daily challenges of life. Who was I really praying to? Who are you God? Where are you? Do you even hear my prayers? What kind of God would allow certain things to happen to people? Why so much suffering? Why is this such an intense battle for so many of us?
When making a gratitude list, reading daily devotionals, working a program and practicing in breathing and meditation exercises wasn't enough, I went on a search that finally delivered real answers and would change my life forever.
- Tracy Strawberry
If you have ever asked any of these questions or work with people who do, The Clean, Sober & Saved curriculum series was designed for you. Please email our executive assistant Serene, for more information.
Do you encounter people who struggle with God or need help embracing their Spiritual Connection within their recovery? Do they seek answers to some of the questions or coments listed above? If so, The Clean, Sober & Saved curriculum was designed to be a helpful resource to you and to those you serve.
Please email our executive assistant, Serene, for more information and pricing on how this program can be used within your facility, residential program or congregation.
Additional Workbooks: $15.00 each. Please contact Serene for Partner Discounts of 25 worksbooks or more.
For use in group settings, bible studies, treatment center programs or any recovery group, program or setting.