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In a pressure-filled world, the prospect of instant escape can be exhilarating. No matter the object-drugs, alcohol, food, gambling, or sex, just to name a few-addictions lure us. They extend the promise of pleasure. In the end, they deliver emptiness, death, and destruction. What began as an escape from the hassles of life becomes a form of bondage. Addiction is a voluntary slavery. Change doesn't come easily. But change is possible!
No matter how many times you have tried and failed, there really is a way through the addictive fog. There is a guidebook for living, and, contrary to what many think, it is available to anyone, even to those enslaved by an addiction. God is not silent on this issue. His Word offers hope, and that hope is the basis of Crossroads: A Step-by-Step Guide Away from Addiction.
Crossroads was designed as a group study for those struggling with addiction. These ten steps, presented in author Ed Welch's trademark direct, no-nonsense style, provide a biblical and practical framework for change. Welch is a wise and loving partner who walks beside readers on their journey to freedom. Along the way, they will learn to recognize the patterns of addiction, to choose wisdom over foolish desires, and to cling to the hope they have in Jesus, who sets captives free. The path away from addiction has been laid by a God who is full of surprises, who faithfully pursues those enslaved even though they have deliberately avoided him.
Who Is This Product For?
This small group resource is suitable for teenagers, young adults, and adults who struggle with addiction. This resource can be used to address all kinds of addictive behavior, including alcohol or drug abuse, sex/pornography, food, etc. It has been used effectively in individual discipling/counseling relationships and in churches and ministries as a small group study.
How to Use
This small group resource offers a biblical alternative to addiction recovery programs. Using ten steps, addicts are helped to first see themselves accurately and then pointed towards Christ and the hope of forgiveness and change in the gospel. The steps begin by helping addicts gain an accurate sense of who they are and their need for God and then move into the specifics of how God, in Christ, meets their needs. The Facilitator's Guide has notes for the small group leader inserted throughout and guidelines in the beginning for moving toward addicts and leading a small group.
Crossroads can be used either in one-on-one addiction counseling or as a study guide for an addictions recovery group. If you plan to use it with a small group, here are some suggestions from the author on how to structure the group time.