Find Community. Journey to Freedom.
Journey to Wholeness Facilitators are equipped to help others find freedom
Every Step Counts
This free online course introduces Biblical concepts regarding the 12-step recovery process.
Launching in 2022, the yearly Recovery Sabbath programs are designed to raise awareness of the need for recovery ministries within the church and community.
Join us for webinars aimed to provide on-going support and education for YOU – the Pillars of our community.
Ray Nelson Memorial Fund
Be a part of furthering the work of Adventist Recovery Ministries (ARMin) throughout the North American Division
A weekly Journey to Wholeness support group for program facilitators
The Celebration of Family Recovery weekend retreats are a spiritual retreat focusing on the biblical principles of the 12 Steps and personal stories reflecting God’s work in our lives.
There is hope and help for any and all addictions through Christ. Some drugs of choice may be classified as substances that are addictive. Other “drugs” of choice include processes and activities that are out of balance in a person’s life. The powerful pull of addictive behaviors relative to “the lust of the flesh, the lust of the eyes, and the pride of life” (1 John 2:16) can all be referred to as “besetting sins” or “addictions.”
Journey to Wholeness
The Journey to Wholeness (JTW) is a Christ-centered recovery group ministry. It follows the 12-step recovery process and we encourage all Adventist churches and organizations to host a support group in their facility. Learn how you can become a Journey to Wholeness Facilitator. If you currently have a JTW group, please contact us so we can support you and share your stories.
To provide training and support for churches and individuals who wish to help those who are seeking freedom from harmful thoughts, habits, and addictions. We wish for all congregations and communities to be a safe place for anyone to come in order to find victory through Jesus Christ.
To share hope, wholeness, and freedom from addictions, trauma, and hurtful habits through the healing power of Christ.
Having the right tools can mean success or failure in any journey. These resources can help you -- whether you are a Facilitator, Sponsor (coming soon), or on your own journey of recovery and healing.