A weekly Journey to Wholeness support group for program facilitators
This is a closed 12-step recovery group for Journey to Wholeness Facilitators. You are eligible to join this group if you have received training by an approved program, or are currently undergoing the training to become a JTW Facilitator.
The purpose of this group is
- to gain practical experience using the Journey to Wholeness material
- to receive peer support by others who are Journey to Wholeness facilitators
- to grow in our own personal journey of becoming Christ-like servants and heirs of God’s kingdom
Why “The Twelve”?
We are calling this group “The Twelve” for a number of reasons. As Christians, we can’t avoid the direct link to the 12 Disciples — a group who were called by Christ to learn from Him. As they spent time together, learning from Christ and overcoming their personal issues, they received the infilling of the Holy Spirit and were then able to go and change the world. Like them, we come to study and pray together, accepting Christ’s strength for our daily lives. We also attest that it is through His power that our ministry has efficacy to share hope and wholeness with others.
We also recognize that the 12-step process to overcoming addictions or bad habits is needed in our own lives. For whatever hurts, habits, or hangups we have, working the 12 steps is part of our own journey to freedom in Christ.
Code of Conduct
As with any 12-step group, a certain “code of conduct” is expected by all attendees. These helps to keep a safe and healthy community that fosters growth both personally and for the Adventist Recovery Ministries community.
Date: Every Thursday evening
Time: 7:00 – 8:00 pm, Eastern
Our first meeting will be Thursday, November 5, 2020
We use the Zoom platform for these online meetings.
Registration is required to attend this closed support group. Click the button below to submit your information. You will then receive an email with instructions on how to join the group when approved.
Download the Code of Conduct and Readings for the support group meetings.