Celebrate Recovery (CR) meets every Friday night at 7pm in the main auditorium at Crossroads. Children’s programs are offered during CR.
7pm: Worship service with music, a message, testimonies and more.
8pm: Small group meetings.
9pm: Solid Rock Café.
BBQ/potluck at 6pm on the 2nd and last Friday of each month.
Check out the weekly news and blog posts from Celebrate Recovery Crossroads Church leader, Dana Cramer.
Men’s 12-Step Study
Are you dealing with hurts, habits and hang-ups that are keeping you from experiencing God and living well with others? Join Celebrate Recovery leader Damon Roark and start the process of healing now. This study begins Monday, November 30 from 6:30-8pm at Crossroads Church. The book cost $20. Register online.
For more information, contact [email protected] or 970.203.9201.
Celebrate Recovery is a recovery ministry, based on biblical principles, and a Christ-centered 12-step program. Our goal is to let God work through us — providing His healing power as we discover and heal from hurts, habits and hang-ups.
The experience of Celebrate Recovery is based on eight biblical principals found in the Beatitudes of Jesus Christ, which are part of his Sermon on the Mount. When we live faithfully into this foundational teaching of Jesus, God changes us—spiritually, relationally, emotionally and physically.
Celebrate Recovery provides a safe place for individuals to begin their journey of breaking free from denial and learning to live in God’s grace (2 Corinthians 12:9).
Recovery Issue Information
In Celebrate Recovery, we discover and heal from the hurts, habits and hang-ups that keep us from experiencing God and living well with others.
- Hurts: The feeling of being hurt is an emotional reaction to another person’s behavior, or to a disturbing situation (abandonment, co-dependency, divorce or relationship issues).
- Habits: A habit is an addiction to someone or something (food, gambling, sex, shopping, relationships, pornography, abuse, smoking, money, alcohol or drugs).
- Hang-ups: Negative mental attitudes that are used to cope with people or adversity (anger, depression, unforgiveness).
- We admitted we were powerless over our addictions and compulsive behaviors, that our lives had become unmanageable. Romans 7:18
- We came to believe that a power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity. Philippians 2:13
- We made a decision to turn our lives and our wills over to the care of God. Romans 12:1
- We made a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves. Lamentations 3:40
- We admitted to God, to ourselves, and to another human being the exact nature of our wrongs. James 5:16
- We were entirely ready to have God remove all these defects of character. James 4:10
- We humbly asked Him to remove all our short-comings. 1 John 1:9
- We made a list of all persons we had harmed and became willing to make amends to them all. Luke 6:31
- We made direct amends to such people whenever possible, except when to do so would injure them or others. Matthew 5:23-24
- We continue to take personal inventory and when we were wrong, promptly admitted it. 1 Corinthians 10:12
- We sought through prayer and meditation to improve our conscious contact with God, praying only for knowledge of His will for us, and power to carry that out. Colossians 3:16
- Having had a spiritual experience as the result of these steps, we try to carry this message to others and to practice these principles in all our affairs. Galatians 6:1
- Realize I’m not God; I admit that I am powerless to control my tendency to do the wrong thing and my life is unmanageable. “Happy are those who know they are spiritually poor.” Matthew 5:3 (Step One)
- Earnestly believe that God exists, that I matter to Him, and that He has the power to help me recover. “Happy are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted.” Matthew 5:4 (Step Two)
- Consciously choose to commit all my life and will to Christ’s care and control. “Happy are the meek. “Matthew 5:5 (Step Three)
- Openly examine and confess my faults to God, to myself and to another person whom I trust. “Happy are the pure in heart.” Matthew 5:8 (Steps Four and Five)
- Voluntarily submit to any and all changes God wants to make in my life. “Happy are those whose greatest desire is to do what God requires.” Matthew 5:6 (Steps Six & Seven)
- Evaluate all my relationships, offer forgiveness to those who have hurt me and make amends for harm I’ve done to others when possible, except when doing so would harm them or others. “Happy are the merciful” Matthew 5:7 “Happy are the peacemakers” Matthew 5:9 (Steps Eight & Nine)
- Reserve a daily time with God for self-examination, Bible reading, and prayer in order to know God and His work for my life and gain the power to follow His will. (Steps Ten & Eleven)
- Yield myself to be used by God to bring this good news to others, both by my example and by my words. “Happy are those who are persecuted because they do what God requires.” Matthew 5:10 (Step Twelve)