Work the 12 Steps of Alcoholic Anonymous with a biblical worldview in mind.

Moving Out of Denial and Into Reality | Steps to Recovery #1

The first step to recovery from addiction is all about moving out of denial and into reality.

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Asking for Help | Steps to Recovery #2

The second step of Alcoholics Anonymous states, “We come to believe that a power greater than ourselves can restore us to sanity.”

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You Have to Surrender to be Free | Steps to Recovery #3

We make the decision to turn our will and our lives over to the care of God.

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Getting Real with Addiction | Steps to Recovery #4

In recovery, you need to get real with who you are and who you were.

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Sharing You | Steps to Recovery #5

We take those things that we dug up and learned about ourselves and share them.

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The Right Path Forward | Steps to Recovery #6

We’re entirely ready to have God remove all these defects of character.

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A Humble Heart | Steps to Recovery #7

In order for any change to happen in us, we have to change our outlook on life. We can only change us, like the serenity prayer says. But even that is something we can’t do alone.

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