Recovery for All of Life's Hurts, Habits, and Hang-ups
Did you know you were “fearfully and wonderfully made”?
Do you long to claim the true freedom that the Bible promises is possible?
Whatever your struggle, wherever you are on your path, we can help!
In the messiness of life, we often lose sight of all the amazing things that God says about us. When we are in relationship with God and we allow God to heal us from the inside out, life works better. The broken world and our struggles are real... but healing is possible!
God's healing is full and freeing. If you are haunted by shame, blame, or guilt, let God lavish His love on you through Celebrate Recovery. This is a safe place where you can unlock God’s healing power in your life as you process life with others experiencing the same struggles. The result is peace, serenity, joy, and a deeper relationship with God.
CR meets on Mondays at 7:00! Find out more about our Celebrate Recovery Gatherings.
Doors open at 6:30 Worship starts at 7:00.
Everyone Welcome! Adults do not need to sign up to attend Celebrate Recovery.
For free child care please register here!
Short-Term 12th Step Service Opportunity
Join us every Sunday in December in the HCBC lower Auditorium for one hour as we PRAY for all of the people in jails and prisons in Texas and all over the world.
Sunday, December 8, 15, 22, and 29th
Room 2.322 (East Lounge)
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Invite your family, friends, and neighbors or just bring yourself!
PRAY with us and make a very real, meaningful, and powerful difference in the lives of some very important people!
*Continue to remember those in prison as if you were together with them in prison, and those who are mistreated as if you yourself were suffering." Hebrews 13:3
Believers who have found freedom from their hurts, habits, and hang-ups...
~Celebrated on the last Monday of every month~
At Celebrate Recovery (CR) we encourage each participant to create a measurable definition of sobriety for their particular Hurt, Habit or Hang-up. Then, on the last Monday of each month, we celebrate our progress by taking a chip that represents the length of time that we have remained sober. Since January 2011, we have given out:
642 Chips given for Surrendering a Hurt, Habit, or Hang-up
for the first time!
725 Chips given for 30 days or more of Sobriety!
Email: Shelly Corbin