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Discovering Patterns of Recovery within the Book of Mormon and Twelve Step Literature.
Weaving together selected scriptures from the Book of Mormon and quotations from Alcoholics Anonymous (the AA Big Book) and Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions to provide a 28 day in-depth study of the principles of recovery found in the Twelve Steps.
Focus: Step One
We admitted we were powerless over compulsive/addictive behaviors*—that our lives had become unmanageable. Admitted that we of ourselves are powerless, nothing without God. (Mosiah 4:5; Alma 26:12)
Features unique scriptures, not the same verses as found in He Did Deliver Me From Bondage. Study scriptures are arrange in four sets of seven.
The principles of the Twelve Steps are a proven method for coming into “conscious contact” with God. When combined with the power of the Book of Mormon, the result is a deepening spirituality within anyone who uses this course of study.
Of this work, Colleen states:
I must confess the whole truth about this work: it is a gift to me. It has changed my life and given me a practical, proven method of heart-deep repentance. “Working the Steps” has led me to “come unto Christ” (Moroni 10:32). This process of recovery has changed my heart, my mind, my life. And in response to this miracle, I have been filled with the desire to share it with my fellow Latter-day Saints, that you might find this same path to recovery.
The truth is that all mortals—addicted or not—need to learn how to repent and find recovery (redemption). I testify that these true principles have the power to bring us recovery from mortality’s greatest challenges. When focused on our relationship with Jesus Christ, they can literally restore us to a state of “sobriety” and “sanity” that only He can give.
Recommended prerequisite reading: He Did Deliver Me From Bondage or Clean Hands Pure Heart.
42 pages; 5.5×8.5; booklet