Monthly Archives: November 2014

Applying Christian Values in Recovery

Within almost any religious faith, there are people who have found resources for working on recovery from addiction within that tradition. Addiction is about living an out of control and powerless life, and so our healing can be greatly helped [...]

Hong-Kong Christians Join Protest

Over the past few weeks, the world’s eyes have been on Hong Kong, and many stories of people engaging in popular, nonviolent direct action in protest over mainland China’s attempt to control the island city’s 2017 election.  There is one [...]

5 Friends You Need in Early Recovery

There is an African proverb that goes, “Sharing the road with friends divides your sorrows and multiples your joys.”  You may find this to be especially true as you  begin the road to recovery from addiction.  Learning how to live [...]

Shia LaBeouf Finds Christianity

Even at a young age, beginning with his role in the Disney channel show Even Stevens, Shia LaBeouf has been a well known actor noted for a deep commitment to playing a wide variety of roles. He has also been noted [...]

5 Tips on How to Enrich Your Recovery

Recovery from addiction can sometimes be a difficult process, requiring you to unlearn deeply ingrained habits, replacing them with better habits. It is among the most important and radical lifestyle changes you can make, and can only be taken one [...]