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The Twelve Steps By William Booth
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1,500 years of the twelve steps molding the spirituality of the masses throughout the ages. Form Benedict, a hermit in 520 AD to Bill WIlson of AA fame. Meditation workshop, comparitive religion... More > section - how others relate to the principles within the twelve steps. By author with help form the Monks of St Anselm's Abbey, Wash., D.C. and the monks fo Thamkrabok Monastery, Thailand, The Native American Museum - Wash., D.C>, to amny other sources throughout history.< Less
The Twelve Steps By William Booth
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1,500 years of the twelve steps molding the spirituality of the masses throughout the ages. Form Benedict, a hermit in 520 AD to Bill WIlson of AA fame. Meditation workshop, comparitive religion... More > section - how others relate to the principles within the twelve steps. By author with help form the Monks of St Anselm's Abbey, Wash., D.C. and the monks fo Thamkrabok Monastery, Thailand, The Native American Museum - Wash., D.C>, to amny other sources throughout history.< Less
The Pagan In Recovery: The Twelve Steps From A Pagan Perspective By Deirdre A. Hebert
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The Twelve Steps developed by Alcoholics Anonymous are powerful tools to transform the lives of people who struggle with addiction, co-dependency, and compulsive behaviors. Unfortunately, Pagans in... More > recovery are likely to struggle with the Christian assumptions and language found in many of these programs. This book is intended to support a Pagan’s participation in any Twelve Step program, by showing that the effectiveness and relevance of these tools does not depend on a specific religious or spiritual tradition. This book attempts to bridge the gap between the Christian and Pagan understanding of the Twelve Steps, while remaining faithful to the original Twelve Step process. The Pagan in Recovery is the result of Deirdre Hebert’s ability to live her Pagan faith in the midst of a program with a deeply Christian heritage, and demonstrates that anyone, of any faith, can experience freedom from addictions, compulsive or co-dependent behaviors through this process.< Less
The Pagan In Recovery: The Twelve Steps From A Pagan Perspective By Deirdre A. Hebert
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The Twelve Steps developed by Alcoholics Anonymous are powerful tools to transform the lives of people who struggle with addiction, co-dependency, and compulsive behaviors. Unfortunately, Pagans in... More > recovery are likely to struggle with the Christian assumptions and language found in many of these programs. This book is intended to support a Pagan’s participation in any Twelve Step program, by showing that the effectiveness and relevance of these tools does not depend on a specific religious or spiritual tradition. This book attempts to bridge the gap between the Christian and Pagan understanding of the Twelve Steps, while remaining faithful to the original Twelve Step process. The Pagan in Recovery is the result of Deirdre Hebert’s ability to live her Pagan faith in the midst of a program with a deeply Christian heritage, and demonstrates that anyone, of any faith, can experience freedom from addictions, compulsive or co-dependent behaviors through this process.< Less
The Pagan In Recovery: The Twelve Steps From A Pagan Perspective By Deirdre A. Hebert
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The Twelve Steps developed by Alcoholics Anonymous are powerful tools to transform the lives of people who struggle with addiction, co-dependency, and compulsive behaviors. Unfortunately, Pagans in... More > recovery are likely to struggle with the Christian assumptions and language found in many of these programs. This book is intended to support a Pagan’s participation in any Twelve Step program, by showing that the effectiveness and relevance of these tools does not depend on a specific religious or spiritual tradition. This book attempts to bridge the gap between the Christian and Pagan understanding of the Twelve Steps, while remaining faithful to the original Twelve Step process. The Pagan in Recovery is the result of Deirdre Hebert’s ability to live her Pagan faith in the midst of a program with a deeply Christian heritage, and demonstrates that anyone, of any faith, can experience freedom from addictions, compulsive or co-dependent behaviors through this process.< Less
Mission Rehab: Twelve steps to recovery for the mission addict. By John Bailey
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Transformative, reproducible, sustainable are words used to describe the “new” way of doing mission better. Great attempts are being made to see these concepts realized among the... More > materially poor. Yet, despite our best efforts, there are few communities we can identify that have made the journey from poverty to shalom. Why is the journey of transformation so difficult? Why does poverty persist? Mission models that rob people of God-given dignity are the main problem. Mission models that create dependency and deepen poverty have become addictive for the affluent North American missioner. We have become ensnared in models that view people as projects rather than children of God. There is hope of breaking free from our entangled state. We need to go to mission rehab. The twelve steps of alcoholics anonymous provide a pathway. Just as the twelve steps provide a way for the addict to experience a spiritual awakening, these same steps can provide a path for the missioner seeking shalom.< Less
The Bible and Recovery: A Review of Biblical Aspects of the Twelve Steps and Other Recovery Principles By Eric L. Davis, Ph.D.
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What does the Bible have to do with twelve step recovery? EVERYTHING! The Bible and Recovery takes us on a trip through the Biblical aspects of the twelve steps and a multitude of other recovery... More > principles; including the power of believing, honesty, open-mindedness and willingness, sponsorship, surrender, making amends, step work, stinking thinking, relapse prevention, letting go of resentments, and more. It also contains references to scripture as well as several practical exercises and examples that can be used in group and individual counseling sessions. A useful book for therapists, counselors, pastors, laypersons, and individuals in recovery alike!< Less
Twelve Steps to Spiritual Wholeness By Philip St. Romain
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This book presents the Twelve Steps of recovery groups as a way to grow, to move toward a spiritual awakening, an awareness of our true self in God. Every page bears gentle reassurance that... More > fulfillment of the Twelve Steps inspires a cleansing sense of wholeness -- a renewed spirit that helps readers break free from negative and sinful influences in their lives.< Less
Twelve Steps to Spiritual Wholeness By Philip St. Romain
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This book presents the Twelve Steps of recovery groups as a way to grow, to move toward a spiritual awakening, an awareness of our true self in God. Every page bears gentle reassurance that... More > fulfillment of the Twelve Steps inspires a cleansing sense of wholeness -- a renewed spirit that helps readers break free from negative and sinful influences in their lives.< Less
The Twelve Steps To MARIJUANA MAINTENANCE By Dennis H.
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Historical Fiction, World War II, Vietnam, Addiction, Recovery, Self Help, Complete Hemp History, from the Neanderthal to the Pharoes, A fast pace Tom Sawyeresk adventure. A great gift for anyone in... More > recovery.< Less

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