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Religion plays an important part in many people’s lives, and is often missing in treatment for addiction. The individual may need a reconnection to their spiritual life – or a whole new, life-changing focus.
These pages will include exercises, encouragement, quotes, videos, music, and links to assist you or a loved one on the journey. It’s about improving everyday and long-term attitudes, habits and the future. Remember these pages are all about LIVING A BETTER LIFE with God at the helm to lead you to the new and amazing destiny he has always planned for you. He longs for you to live your life to its full potential and will show you how, if you are willing.
A selection of radio segments from Vision Radio
Every individual has different preferences in music and songs. Here’s a variety of YouTube videos to encourage you. I hope you find some that you like.
‘Together’ King & Country.
‘Not even now’ Alisa Turner
‘My Prayer for You’ Alisa Turner
‘Shoulders’ King & Country
‘Overcomer’ by Mandisa.
Reckless Love Cory Asbury
Kari Jobe – The Garden (Acoustic)
‘Way Maker’ sung by Leeland.
The Blessing Australia
Mercy me – Hold Fast – Recovery video
‘Eyes on the Prize’ Sara Groves and Steve Mason
17 Is anyone crying for help? God is listening,
ready to rescue you.
18 If your heart is broken, you’ll find God right there;
if you’re kicked in the gut, he’ll help you catch your breath.
Psalm 34:6, 17, 18 (The Message)
Scripture quotations marked MSG are taken from THE MESSAGE, copyright © 1993, 2002, 2018 by Eugene H. Peterson. Used by permission of NavPress. All rights reserved. Represented by Tyndale House Publishers, a Division of Tyndale House Ministries.
Anxiety and Fear Meditation | Scripture Reading with Music
‘Lessons a drug addict can teach you’. Lauren Windle, TEDx Surrey University
Lauren Windle talks about her life from her first line of cocaine at the age of 18 years. She outlines the 12 steps of recovery she took on her journey to freedom.
Rebekah Lyons: Finding Your Rhythm in 2020