The goal isn’t to sell the manual, but to see lives change, to see education, to be employed or self-employed, to re-establish their family and to share in their experience.
WOODBURY, N.J. (PRWEB) September 20, 2012
To help those suffering from addiction, Richard S. Lee has created a new program similar to the approach of Narcotics Anonymous, but utilizing a Christian, God-centered approach, which he details in his book, “Twelve Steps Back to God through Jesus Christ” (published by AuthorHouse).
“Twelve Steps Back to God through Jesus Christ” is designed to assist participants in overcoming their addictions through a well-structured 14-week period. Lee has constructed the program in four basic areas: Biblical introduction, Biblical counseling, group sessions and career and educational counseling.
An excerpt from “Twelve Steps Back to God through Jesus Christ”:
“There is hope in our spirit. This is not new in recovery’ we’ve just reinforced your knowledge that recovery, growth, and change are inevitable when you make the effort to work the steps. You will see the possibility of relief from the particular brand of insanity in which you most recently have been gripped by Sin (addiction). You probably have already begun to experience some freedom. You have begun to be released from the blind pursuit of your sin (insanity). You have explored your sin (insanity) and have started to trust the Holy Spirit and to relieve yourselves from having to continue the same path.”
“The goal isn’t to sell the manual, but to see lives change, to see education, to be employed or self-employed, to re-establish their family and to share in their experience.”
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