Addiction, Abuse & Identity
Most of us have found ourselves at some point relying on habits or addictions that hurt us, damage our relationships or limit our connection with God. Many of us have also experienced abuse (physical, sexual, emotional, spiritual, neglect, domestic abuse) and our identity has suffered. Consider one of the Christ-centered options below to work through that abuse, escape those self-destructive habits and find your healthy identity:
Wednesdays | 6:30-8:30 PM | Fellowship Center
Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered 12-Step Ministry where men and women are experiencing healthier and more whole lives as they encounter biblical truth and grace-filled support for their hurts, hang-ups and habits.
Recovery from Hurts, Hang-ups and Habits
Abuse – Physical, Emotional, Verbal & Sexual
Adult Children of Alcoholics – dysfunctional families, ACA/ADA
Anger & Broken Relationships
Anxiety & Depression
Financial Recovery & Gambling
Food Related Issues/Eating Disorders
Sexual Addictions /Pornography
Visit tualatincr.org to learn more about Tualatin Celebrate Recovery.
Mending the Soul
This group is a safe place for support, psycho-education and encouragement within a nurturing community. We are now accepting applications for Mending the Soul, a support group for women impacted by abuse (spiritual, verbal, physical, sexual or neglect).
Call 503.638.5900 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Abuse Recovery Ministry Services (ARMS)
Domestic abuse is a pattern of behaviors used to gain and maintain power/control in an intimate relationship. ARMS offers free, faith-based classes in your area for women who are enduring or recovering from domestic abuse.
Call ARMS at 503.846.9284 or toll-free at 866.262.9284. To learn more, visit ARMS online at armsonline.org.
To join a virtual meeting, call 503-846-9284
First Image has been working to live out God’s heart to renew his image in the lives of those that have been impacted by sexual brokenness and abortion for over 30 years. We believe God has called us to serve the women in our city facing unplanned pregnancies, the children they carry, students who are in desperate need of transformation in their relationships and sexuality, and men and women burdened by the pain of past abortion. We encourage our whole faith family to serve and to participate in the annual bottle fundraising drive.
We often find ourselves in need of professional counseling to deal with a past trauma, current stressor, struggling marriage or parenting issue. Rolling Hills does not offer on-going therapy here on our campus, but we can provide recommendations for Christian counselors in our area. If interested, contact wholeness@