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re:generation

re:generation

At some level, we all experience brokenness. At re:generation, we work through a biblically-based 12-step pathway intended to help you experience new life within a community of imperfect Christ-followers. Our prayer is that you will find God and find healing through re:gen.

Re:gen puts Jesus at the center of all healing and relies solely on God’s Word as its authority and counsel. We invite you to engage with Scripture, ultimately finding freedom from addictive behaviors, compulsive thinking and sin patterns. Whether you are struggling with substance abuse, codependency, pornography, fear, control, eating disorders, depression, emotional/physical abuse, same sex attraction, anger or obsessive thoughts – or if you are just stuck in a particular area of life, come as you are and find that God wants to heal you.

Again, re:gen is not just for the addict, it’s for everyone stuck in sin.  Re:gen is not about getting fixed; it’s about getting well through an intimate relationship with Jesus.  Even if you are skeptical of Christianity, you are welcome to come.  

Re:generation will begin Tuesday, January 16 at Grace. The program meets weekly on Tuesday nights from 6:30-8:30 p.m. and takes about 11 months to complete. There is no cost to participate, but you will be responsible for purchasing the workbooks. There are five workbooks which will be purchased every couple months, and the total cost is about $50. Please do not let cost be a hindrance; scholarships are available. Childcare is also available. 

If you would like more information, please contact our re:gen Director, Roger Pryor.