Are you feeling hopeless? Are you feeling powerless to change because you believe that your mistakes can never be forgiven and that God can’t love you because of the things you have done? Has your self-hate grown because you haven’t been able to stop making poor choices? Do you believe that you can’t be forgiven for what you have done or that others would reject you if they only knew? If you desire to find hope and freedom from the poor choices that have a stronghold in your life, come to Celebrate Recovery and see what God can do. 


In Celebrate Recovery, we hear many testimonies from others who find hope and freedom with Gods help after years of being stuck in hurtful  habits. CR is a place where we discover the truth that God does truly love us and wants to help us find freedom from the sins that so easily entangle us. But it first begins with believing that God loves you no matter what you’ve done.


Romans 8:38-39 says, “For I am convinced that nothing can ever separate us from his love. Death can’t, and life can’t. The angels won’t, and all the powers of hell itself cannot keep God’s love away. Nothing will ever be able to separate us from the love God demonstrated by our Lord Jesus Christ when he died for us.”


When I sit and try to absorb what this verse is saying to me; there is a part of me that can’t fathom the depth of God’s love for us all! In CR I have found support and a safe place to work on myself which has helped me in my walk with God and to grow in the truth that He can and does love me not matter what I have done.  If you want to hear how others found freedom and restoration in their walk with God, go to our CR page and check out the lessons or testimonies. Its under the Adults tab. Then come to Celebrate Recovery on Tuesday nights at 7 pm and begin the journey to finding freedom and healing.


Tonya Towner is the Co-Author of the Today Is My Favor Day Workbook and is currently the Director of Operations and Celebrate Recovery Coordinator at The Harbor Church. She is married to David and has three daughters and four grandsons.are 

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