Online Course

Now available!

Our online course is now available through the Adventist Learning Community.  This course is offered at no cost and can be taken at any time.  Be sure to send us an email to let us know when you’ve started the course.

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Special Note

Both the Online and Live trainings are required to become a Journey to Wholeness Facilitator.  Either one can be taken before the other.  You will also be asked to attend a minimum number of meetings of The TwelveContact us to learn more.

Course Outline

Module 1:  The Need for Addiction Recovery

  • Introduction
  • Mission & Purpose of ARMin
  • Role of Recovery Ministries in Meeting Needs
  • My Story: Steve

Module 2:  How Addictions Happen

  • Understanding Addictions
  • Physiology of Addictions
  • Adverse Childhood Experiences

Module 3:  The 12 Steps — A Healing Bridge, Part 1

  • Step 1
  • Step 2
  • Step 3
  • Step 4

Module 4:  Prevention and Recovery

  • Resilience
  • Role of Family in Recovery
  • Role of Service in Recovery
  • Role of Faith in Recovery
  • My Story: Harlene
  • Changing Trajectories

Module 5:  The 12 Steps — A Healing Bridge, Part 2

  • Step 5
  • Step 6
  • Step 7
  • Step 8

Module 6:  Emotional Aspects for Healing

  • Emotional Healing, Part 1
  • Emotional Healing, Part 2
  • Codependence
  • My Story: Ray
  • Forgiveness
  • Healthy Boundaries

Module 7:  The Adventist Church and Addictions

  • Adventists and Substance Abuse Prevention
  • Adventist Recovery Ministries: History of Service

Module 8:  The 12 Steps — A Healing Bridge, Part 3

  • Step 9
  • Step 10
  • Step 11
  • Step 12

Module 9:  Conclusion & Next Steps

  • Group Facilitation
  • Keys to Successful Recovery
  • My Story: David