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Christian Tabernacle to host Next Steps Training

| August 16, 2018

COSHOCTON – The Coshocton Christian Tabernacle, 23891 Airport Road, will have a training session for area pastors on Monday, Aug. 27 focusing on the Harvest Recovery Ministries, equipping churches to address addictions. A light breakfast will be served at 9 a.m. and the training will be from 9:30 a.m. – noon.

Registration is required and can be completed at faithharvestfellowship.org and click on HRM to register. Cost is $30, which includes a CCS Workbook.

Training includes the Strawberry Ministries curriculum, which was written by Traci Strawberry after her recovery. Topics covered will include:

  • Phase One – Clean, Sober, and Saved – Ministering to the addict.
  • CSS Family and Friends Edition – Ministering to loved ones of the addicted
  • What is CSS and CSSFF
  • What is included in the curriculums and workbook benefits
  • Earthly program verses eternal perspective
  • Purpose and benefits of working the biblical 12 steps of God’s plan
  • God’s plan principals and step notes
  • What CSS curriculums are and are not
  • Stay in You Lane – Preparation and Expectations
  • Getting Started
  • Sample meeting schedule and breakdown
  • Ordering materials

Training also includes the Living Free Ministries curriculum which will cover the following topics:

  • Phase Two – Facing fear, understanding depression, anger, loss, and grief. Ministering to the emotionally addicted
  • What is Living Free Curriculum
  • What does it provide
  • What are life-controlling issues
  • Getting started with groups

A free-will offering will be taken and personal testimony will be shared.

This training is an opportunity to network with other pastors who are learning something new, promote your awareness of how to handle addictions, be introduced to a biblical resource that works, equip your church to become a recovery church, and make a difference in the kingdom.

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