CHRISTIAN REFLECTIONS ON ADDICTION
(#3 - Sociology/Relationships)
This third week’s topic is on the impact of substance abuse on society, with a special focus on the small society of the family. Although the full benefit is achieved if you attend all four evenings, each evening is an independent presentation. Please join us even if you cannot attend all four evenings.
During this session, we will learn why exactly addiction is referred to as a “family disease” and how exactly others in the family can become affected when they are not ingesting a substance. Themes such as blame, shame, anger, guilt, grief, caring, codependence, and much more will be explored. As always, the second half of the evening focuses on various solutions as well as some positive changes that are happening in society. This week’s virtue: COURAGE.
This is the third part of a four-part series that is designed to educate and spread awareness, but unlike other programs this uniquely Christian program offers HOPE and SUPPORT, ENCOURAGES COMMUNITY, and FOSTERS MERCY, FAITH, AND LOVE.
To register, please call either 610-626-2866 (St. Eugene) or 610-237-4065 with number attending, or email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.