Celebrate Recovery Newport is not going to meet for awhile, please stay tuned for more information. This has been under great prayer and discussion since February and has been decided that we need to rest and pray for direction in the Newport CR.
For those wanting to go to a CR meeting, starting May 10th the Waldport Celebrate Recovery group will be bringing a van to Newport Nazarene Church Thursdays at 5:15 and will take you to the CR meeting in Waldport and bring you home. ...Please make sure you are early as they will be prompt in leaving to be on time for their meeting. The van holds 12 people.
COntact the Nazarene Church for more information.
Put On God's Armour
God will never fail us
Even though we fail Him
He’s willing to give a second chance...
When we stumble over sin
And yes from time to time
Sin creeps into our lives
So subtly does Satan attack
Unaware, sin gets inside
Our armour must be worn
At all times, night and day
Don’t let your guard down for a minute
For Satan will find a way
To destroy all our dreams
And upset all our plans
To bring confusion to our minds
So we fail to understand
What is really happening
As he gains more control
To eventually destroy us all
And take captive our souls
But as we stand on God’s word
Satan’s plans will not succeed
For greater is He that dwells in us
Than Satan and his deeds
We need to read God’s word
Each and every day
So we will be fully equipped
And a warrior when we pray
So daily gird yourself
With the armour that you need
Each piece is needed for battle
To defeat our enemy
And Christ has won the battle
Over death and our sin
Satan will always remain defeated
And Jesus shall always win
There will be no Celebrate Recovery tonight March 13th 2012, Sorry, but safety is a major concern for all and the current update we have is there is a freeze coming our way. Drive safely and enjoy the weather if you can.
Work Day at the Alsea Camp next Saturday. 10am to 4 pm. Lots of clean up and brush burning needs to be done and meet new friends great time to fellowship. Hamburger feed for the workers. . Contact the Church for more information as CR has used this campground last year. Let Ray know if you can come, facebook Ray Butcher.
What is Celebrate Recovery?
Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered ministry to explore freedom and healing from our hurts, habits, and hang-ups.
... What can I expect?...
At Celebrate Recovery you can expect a safe and confidential place to open your life to receiving God’s grace in solving life’s problems. Celebrate Recovery participants open their lives by focusing on 12 Steps and 8 Recove...ry Principles rooted in Scripture. By working and applying these Biblical principles, participants begin to grow spiritually. As participants progress through the program they discover a personal, loving and forgiving Higher Power - Jesus Christ, the one and only true Higher Power.
Who should attend Celebrate Recovery?
Celebrate Recovery is for people who want freedom from
A hurt, habit, or hang-up is something that hinders our walk with God. The feeling of being HURT is an emotional reaction to another person’s behavior or to a disturbing situation. A HABIT is an addiction to someone or something. HANG-UPS are negative mental attitudes that are used to cope with people or adversity (anger, depression, fear, unforgiveness, etc.). Healing is available through applying the principles of a Bible based recovery process which opens up our lives to Christ, the ultimate healer.
When should I attend Celebrate Recovery?
Celebrate Recovery is an ongoing ministry. Meetings are held every Tuesday night, 5:30, at Newport Nazarene. Come anytime, there is no begin or end date. Child care provided!
What makes Celebrate Recovery different?
While Celebrate Recovery is step-based program, it differs from other such programs in that it is. . .
■Based on Scripture
■Emphasizes spiritual commitment to Jesus.
■Emphasizes personal responsibility.
■Contains Biblical truth to grow spiritually and emotionally.
■About all types of hurts, habits, and hang-ups
On the surface, codependency sounds like “Christian teaching.” Codependents always
put others first before taking care of themselves. (Aren’t Christians to put others...
Major League pitcher Cory Smith has it all; an unstoppable fastball, a lucrative contract... and a past he wants to forget. But when a DUI in his old hometown b...enches him, Cory is forced to take a hard look at his life. Sentenced to coaching the town's little league team and attending a local 12-step recovery program, Cory must face the pain he tried to ignore and the girl he wanted to forget. Of course, the superstar doesn't want — or need — anyone's help. He simply goes through the motions, manipulating the small community and the team that has begun to rely on him. But just when he thinks he can coast through his sentence and get back to the big leagues, Cory discovers a secret that shakes him to the core. Suddenly, Cory realizes he's not the one in control... and this revelation changes his life forever.