This course is for anyone who struggles with addictions and for those who have loved ones who are on the journey of recovery. CB talks about the best way he has learn how to walk out of addiction and to see this process of recovery through God’s eyes. In four sessions you will learn about how the rock bottom of addiction is actually a gift of desperation. Secondly, CB walks with us in our recovery journey to encourage us with the truth that God can do what you can’t. Most importantly, this course guides us on what to do when you relapse into your addiction. And finally, CB lifts you up when you have fallen. CB Barthlow is the lead pastor of Beacon Church in Denver, Colorado. After a life of addiction and failure, CB came back to his childhood faith at the age of 30. CB has served in the local church across various ministries including worship, prison evangelism, homeless outreach and young adults. In 2018 CB set out to follow God’s call to plant a church in the city he once suffered in. Beacon was birthed out of much prayer and an earnest desire to lead the lost, the broken and the hopeless of Denver, to become light-bearers in our city on a hill. Both CB and his wife Shannel have a passion to help people from all walks of life develop a deeper relationship with Jesus. CB & Shannel live in Denver with their two sons.
Course Table of Contents
What You'll Learn
- Relapse Is a Part of Recovery But Not the End
- What to Do When You Are Overwhelmed by Your Recovery
- How to See Your Recovery Through the Eyes of God
Recovery From Addiction
CB Barthlow shares candidly in this course on recovery from addiction from his own experience as an addict and the many failures in his road to recovery. This is more than a Bible study on recovery, it is a very useful tool for those who are in still struggling with addictions and for those who have loved ones in this journey.
About the Guide
Pastor of Beacon, a multicultural church in Denver, CO.
After a life of addiction and failure, CB Barthlow came back to his childhood faith at the age of 30. Since then, CB has served in the local church across various capacities, including worship, prison […]