Recovery

Recovery is the restoration of what you have lost outside of God. Jesus Christ was sent to heal the brokenhearted, proclaim liberty to the captives, recovery of sight to the blind’ and liberty to the oppressed.

Redeem Life

Our Recovery Ministry is a Christ centered, Bible oriented, faith-based ministry to help an individual recover from their loss. Whether the loss is caused by behavioral or substance abuse issues we are here to come alongside you. In the scripture, 1 Samuel 30:18 says, “So David recovered everything”. And in Psalm 103:4 says, “Who redeemeth thy life from destruction; who crowneth thee with lovingkindness and tender mercies; God is our Redeemer.”

In our Redeem Life Recovery Ministry you can gain freedom from life’s struggles, hurts, hang ups, stubborn habits, and emotional distress. We encourage you to come and keep coming every week of biblical teachings, learning Bible principles for your daily life, practical advice to help you in your challenges, individual counseling, group counseling, develop friendships, and have an awesome fellowship in the body of Christ.

Our “table talk” experience will help you and us develop tools to deal effectively with stubborn habits and emotional challenges.

Vision Statement

To be the primary provider of spiritual, biblical based recovery meetings nationwide in all greater grace affiliated churches. We aim to produce spiritual mature disciples, Bible college students, and leaders that will bring transformation in the life of an individual and in churches.

Mission Statement

To provide finished work doctrine, emphasize the truth of our Identity in Christ, magnify the power of God’s grace and use these tools to minister, mentor, and coach the individual in Christ.

What do we offer?

Food Pantry @ 6:00 PM
Hot Soup just before 7:00 PM
Individual Counseling
Group Counseling
Biblical 12 Steps Meeting

Weekly Meetings

Redeem Life: Friday at 7pm at the GGCA Chapel.

Contact this Ministry

Pastor Ramir Manguling
Redeem Life Recovery Ministry
rmanguling@ggwo.org
410-483-3700 x323