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Your Into the Storm Finding Freedom in Christ Resource Center
HEBRON ADDICTION RECOVERY RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM.
HEBRON PROGRAM AT OUR HUNT TRAINING CENTER. FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL
Hebron is a long-term, residential opportunity for men to receive help with addictions and other life-dominating sin. This program is designed to help men learn how to biblically overcome addictions and life-dominating sin. Men will be a part of a group to go through “Behold Your God” daily study with support and training from their assigned Program Manager. During this time, they will attend classes and engage in work training with various work crews at Wheeler Mission Pallets & Industry for a work reference after successful completion of the program. Men will also have the opportunity to fellowship with members of local churches for weekly Bible Studies. They will learn what it means to take ownership of their actions, engage in seeking forgiveness, and address their own forgiveness issues. The goal is not just to see men use this training for themselves, but to also see them use this training to learn how to help others. After 23 weeks, men will have the choice of entering Wheeler Mission’s Connect or Equip programs, which includes ministry training opportunities.
WE ARE VERY EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE A NEW REGULAR WEEKLY 5 MINUTES SEGMENT AT 3:30PM EASTERN TIME EVERY WEDNESDAY ON OUR WPAT 930AM RADIO SHOW BROADCASTED TO OVER 30 MILLION HOMES IN THE TRI-STATE NYC AREA, IT’S CALLED
“Into the Storm - Finding Freedom in Christ" with Dennis Abrams. The show focuses on helping those in ADDICTION. This includes any types of addiction including Alcohol, Drugs, Pornography, etc. The 5-minute weekly segment starts at 3:30 PM every Wednesday and we also live streamed on video on our YouTube Page. Our show starts every Wednesday at 3:02PM and Dennis will be joining us for 5 minutes at 3:30PM
THE SAMSON SOCIETY IS A FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN MEN WHO ARE SERIOUS ABOUT AUTHENTICITY, COMMUNITY, HUMILITY & RECOVERY. SERIOUS, NOT GRAVE.
Samson guys are traveling companions on a great spiritual adventure, not grim pilgrims on a death march to personal holiness. We challenge each other daily to believe the incredible news that God knows us, loves us, and has restored us to himself. As we follow Christ together, we find our lives progressively interrupted by righteousness, peace and joy. We are not a church. We are simply one extension of the church universal. We are not an “accountability group.” Instead of living our lives separately and reporting (or lying) about our progress, we try to live our lives together. We are not a “men’s group.” Okay, so there are no women, but that doesn’t make us a men’s group, does it? Please.
Most of us have had it up to here with men’s groups. We are not a 12-step group. Many of us attend 12-step groups and are grateful for them, but our addictions do not define us, and we do not segregate our membership by behavior. We are not perfect. Not even close. We are broken individuals, but in our fractured fellowship we find a foretaste of God’s approaching re-creation.