Recover Me: Hungry Hearts Xtreme Discipleship: The Basics


You are saved, but you struggle with bad habits and unhealthy coping mechanisms developed over a lifetime. These habits and coping mechanisms are harmful to you, and they could be hurting others as well. 

You are not alone. All Christians need discipleship, and some of us agree that we all need Xtreme discipleship. 

Hungry Hearts Ministries has created a biblical discipleship and recovery program, free from New Age and other occult concepts found in many recovery and healing programs labeled as Christian. 

In the secular world, there are many approaches to healing and recovery from many different things, but in God's Word there are answers to every need and only one solution. It is so simple, but never easy.

* Here is a PDF of the Basics "Recover Me: Hungry Hearts Xtreme Discipleship program". It is not for the faint-hearted. Feel free to download, print, and distribute. But please do not alter the content and leave all credits intact. Thank you.

* Join our online support groups on Gab and MeWe.

* Neither the author nor publisher is engaged in rendering professional services. If expert assistance is required, the services of a competent professional should be sought.


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Jocelyn Andersen: Biblical Recovery: Healing the Broken Places



 Author and speaker, Jocelyn Andersen, is an eclectic Christian writer. She is a Bible teacher who writes about many subjects including Bible prophecy and equality of the sexes. She is best known for her advocacy in domestic violence awareness. Her book, Woman Submit! Christians & Domestic Violence, has been a staple in the library of resources on that subject.  

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