by Ron and Valerie Halvorson
Chapter One : Restoring the Church as a Primary Caregiver
Chapter Two: The Twelve Steps and Their Relationship to Christianity
Chapter Three: Recovery Support Group Ministries
Chapter Four: Forming a Recovery Ministry
Chapter Five: The Living Free Program
Chapter Six: Organizing and Conducting the Living Free Program
Chapter Seven: Working With a Recovery Partner
- Legal Letter
- Living Free Congregational Survey
- Sample Agreement
- Class Evaluation
- The Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous
- Bibliography & Online Bookstores
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All the scripture quotations are from the New International Version of the Bible.
The Twelve Steps have been reprinted and adapted with permission from Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, Inc. For purposes of this book, the word “alcohol” in Step One has been changed to read “the effect of our separation from God,” and the word “alcoholics” in Step Twelve has been changed to read “others.”