Pure Desire Ministries began over 20 years ago as Dr. Ted Roberts recognized the pervasiveness of sexual struggle in the church. The pat answers of the past only gave men and women a message of “try harder” which kept them isolated in their sin and shame. He and a professional staff, developed a course that is Biblically sound, clinically based, and highly successful at creating lasting change.
The work begins with the award-winning Conquer Series. This 10 week course serves as an on-ramp for people in the church to understand the true nature of sexual addiction, and to seek healing in a grace-filled, redemptive way.
The program continues with The Seven Pillars of Freedom, a 29 lesson program designed to more fully explore the nature of addiction, the way God intends His people to fight against the powers that want to defeat us and what that freedom will look like.
This program does require a serious application of effort, a willingness to be vulnerable and open with your fellow classmates and a measure of dedication to allow the Holy Spirit turn you into the warrior that God intended.
THE NEXT CONQUER SERIES CLASS BEGINS:
September 14, 2019
7:30 – 9:30am
NRH Room 225
Workbook materials can be purchased from www.puredesire.org ($50)
To register or for questions, please call Bob Waters at (817) 991-5518 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Nar-Anon Family Groups is primarily for those who know or have known a feeling of desperation concerning the addiction problem of someone very near to you. It is a 12-Step focused group that offers peace, healing and understanding.
Christians Against Substance Addiction meets on Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday at 7:00 – 8:00pm in room 225 (NRH).
CASA is a unique Twelve Step help group that has assisted many in their journey. Combined with maximum personal effort, we firmly believe divine deliverance is possible. We focus on relying on God to face whatever is in our lives.
Childcare is available on Tuesdays and Thursdays only.
Family members of those affected by addictions can also receive help through CASA-NON by calling 817-595-0325.