Video Workshops

The Big Book of A.A. and the Twelve Steps

The Twelve Steps are not the twelve concepts or the twelve ideas. They are actions. They do not have any real effect on our lives unless we do them. The emphasis in these videos is entirely on doing the steps in the way they are described in the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous. We encourage you to take your time. It is best to work this program one Step at a time with the help of someone who has first-hand experience with the Twelve Step program. Our thanks to the staff of Plymouth House for their assistance in the preparation of these videos.


Spiritual Abuse: An Introduction

Presenter: Jeff VanVonderen

These presentations are part of a 10-part course entitled “Breaking the Silence on Spiritual Abuse”. In addition to Jeff VanVonderen, this series includes presentations by Dave Johnson and Lynn Heitritter. The entire class can be purchased here. For additional information about Jeff Vanvonderen visit his web site at www.innervention.com. For additional information and resources related to spiritual abuse we encourage you to visit www.spiritualabuse.com.


Wounded by Shame – Healed by Grace

Presenter: Jeff VanVonderen

These presentations are part of a twelve part course available (in much higher video quality) on three DVD’s. The entire class can be purchased here. For additional information about Jeff Vanvonderen visit his web site at www.innervention.com.


What is Recovery?

Presenter: Dale Ryan

So. . . what is recovery? These presentations attempt to give some context for understanding this question. . . and hopefully at least some partial answers. They were originally given as part of a course at Fuller Theological Seminary entitled “Recovery Ministry and Outreach in the Local Church”.


Theological Provocations: Theology As If Recovery Mattered

Presenter: Dale Ryan

These presentations were originally given as part of a course at Fuller Theological Seminary called “Recovery Ministry and Outreach in the Local Church”. Because this material was intended primarily for seminary students interested in recovery ministry it tends to be a little “neck-up” if you know what I mean. Take what works and leave the rest.


Recovery from Childhood Abuse (Audio only)

Presenter: Juanita Ryan