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Be brave. God loves you. He can change everything.
We all experience brokenness in life. At Re:Generation, we believe that anyone can experience new life and freedom by working through steps of healing given to us by God through the Bible. All who are tired, broken, or hurting are invited to come find recovery in Jesus Christ. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Re:generation is 12-step discipleship through recovery. By working through these biblical steps within an authentic community, people have found freedom from substance abuse, codependency, pornography, eating disorders, depression, fear, control, emotional/physical abuse, same sex attraction, anger, obsessive thoughts and many other personal struggles.
How does it work?
Re:generation is a 12-step program that is structured within the context of small groups and outlines the biblical transformation process for all. Participants will spend the first couple of months in either a newcomers group or a groundwork group. Once they have completed the groundwork curriculum, demonstrated a willingness to participate and decided that they want to move forward, they will be placed into a step-group to go through the 12 steps. Step-groups have a set number of participants and leaders. Once a step-group is launched, no new members will be added. For the next 8 to 10 months, they will progress through the steps using daily curriculum along with other step-group members.
How long does re:generation take?
The entire re:generation process takes about a year. Groundwork groups take about 2 months; step-groups take 8 to 10 months. The Groundwork curriculum lessons takes participants roughly 15 minutes per day and step-group curriculum takes about 30 minutes per day. Spending 30 minutes a day with God for one year while working on your recovery can change your life.
How are groups structured?
All small groups are split by gender, but not by presenting struggle. Groups with mixed struggles help participants to focus more on the spiritual brokenness behind their struggles (heart transformation). Mixed-struggle groups also help equip leaders to provide biblical counsel across multiple struggles, making them more effective ministers of the gospel in all spheres of influence.
Groundwork groups (first 7+ weeks of recovery) are always open to new participants. Participants can come as infrequently as they desire. To advance to a step group, participants must show consistency in attendance and complete Groundwork curriculum.
Step groups often have an 8/1, participant to leader ratio. Step groups are closed to new participants once launched. Participants have small group leader support, accountability with other group participants, and a mentor outside of the group. A step group typically takes about 9 months to complete the 12-step curriculum.