The Recovery Arts Journal podcast is a show where artists of all sorts share their experience, discuss art as a tool in recovery, and faith in God. We are a community of faith filled artists showing others there is a better and easier way to live and experience life!
In order to recover from addiction, we need to work on our emotional sobriety. That’s how we will be able to make better decisions and avoid relapse.
There are many triggers that can lead an addict back into their addiction. Some of those triggers are alcohol-based, others are emotional or social. We should not ignore them but instead try to find a way to deal with them in a healthy way.
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This week, Steve talks with Ryland Junior and uncovers his recovery story, his rebirth in Christ and how God told him to start rapping for Him. It's an exciting story so listen till the end!
The Bible verse that Ryland's story reminds me of:
25 “So I will restore to you the years that the swarming [a]locust has eaten,
Buckle up and put yo...
This week, Steve takes you on a book talk journey through The Cure by John Lynch (Author), Bruce McNicol (Author), Bill Thrall (Author) Format: Kindle Edition
He discusses the recovery journey and what that has to do with learning to let go and let God by removing your mask and being real with yourself and the world around you.
Put on your seatbelt because this book is short, simple, and heavy and highly recomm...
This week, Steve speaks with his wife Maran about the second and third steps of 12 step programs.
Step #2: Came to believe that a Power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity.
Step #3: Made a decision to turn our will and our lives over to the care of God as we understood Him.
They discuss their story and challenges that led them to recovery, how it reignited and deepened their faith in J...
In this episode Steve and Maran discuss addiction and how it affects the family. By the very nature of the beast, addiction is a family disease. There is the addict and then there are the codependents. Every person that knows an addict is a codependent in some form. It is our belief this means everybody needs to be part of Al Anon, AA, NA, or Celebrate Recovery to learn to have healthy relationships.
Welcome to the Recovery Arts Journal Podcast! This is an intro to the platform and a brief summary of what to expect. We are a community of artists and makers in recovery sharing our art, experience, strength, and hope. We will discuss topics such as recovery stories, what has worked for us, Alcoholics Anonymous, Celebrate Recovery, Higher Power/ Jesus, Family, Community, The 12 steps, Mindfulness, and all things recovery and fa...
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