Galatians 5:22-23 “The fruit of the spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control”
Eliminating a particular habit or hang-up is not recovery. Recovery is a 180-degree reversal of the direction of our life. Recovery is all about following Jesus-about treading in the footsteps of the Good Shepherd.
We want to humbly live each day-in reality, not denial, turning our lives and our wills over to our Higher Power, Jesus Christ. Through his guidance, we can learn to make choices about the emotions that affect our thinking and actions. We start to take action-positive action-instead of constantly reacting. Self under God’s control is what we are striving for and daily journaling will help. Set up a time daily to review your day and ask your self the following questions. Starting each question with today:
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Since the foundation of Disciple of Christ Ministries were laid in May 2012, we have taken a vision given to me while serving time myself, to now a thriving outreach ministry reaching across the country. We are doing this through Pen Pals for Jesus, our correspondence by mail Prison Ministry. Currently we are serving over 500 inmates across 41 states, matching them with Christian men and women volunteers who share hope and encouragement through letters of Christian support.
Disciple of Christ Ministries boldly goes into the darkest places to shine the Light of the Gospel for others to see! In 2021, we saw a growth rate of 46%, bringing a strain on our resources across the board. Leaving us to reach out to churches and organizations inviting them to join us in our efforts in building the Kingdom of God.
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