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GOD LOVES YOU. When life is broken, He offers you a plan for healing, restoration and new life. His desire is that you find the life of freedom and joy that He created you to experience with Him. At some level we all experience brokenness. At re:generation, we see people, men and women, experiencing growth and new life by working through the healing path God has given us in the Bible.

Re:generation is a biblically-based, Christ-centered 12-step program for healing, growth, and discipleship with others in a small group. It is a mixed issue group with the focus on a common solution rather than on specific struggles. Re:generation provides individuals with daily lessons which promote connection with God and spiritual/personal growth in an abiding relationship with Jesus Christ as they journey through recovery. Accountability with fellow group members and mentor relationships outside of the group helps individuals step out of isolation into authentic relationships which encourage the pursuit of Christ. The entire re:generation process takes about a year: groundwork groups are completed in about 2 months and step groups are completed in 8 to 10 months.

Watch this brief video to hear more about the Re:gen Ministry at Fellowship from our own Re:Gen team:

If you wish to experience the abundant life in Christ through recovery from destructive behavior patterns and are willing to work the steps which facilitate biblical sanctification, re:generation groups are a safe community for healing and life-transforming discipleship. Everyone is welcome at anytime throughout the year. Childcare is provided by reservation.

So whether you are struggling with: substance abuse, codependency, pornography, eating disorders, depression, abuse, pride, same-sex struggles, anger or obsessive thoughts; or if you just feel stuck in a particular area of life, come as you are and find out how God will restore you.

Click here to see a list of common struggles and personal issues

If you would like more information, please contact Associate Pastor Ryan McCreery:

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