Recovery

A place for everyone.

When most people hear "the Twelve Steps" they think of someone battling alcoholism or drug addiction. At IBC, we believe this model offers so much more. We see the Twelve Steps as a powerful tool that any believer can use to navigate their hurts, that ultimately lead to hang-ups and then often destructive habits. Whether it's alcohol or anger, over-eating or co-dependency, we all have unhealthy ways of dealing with our pain and fear. In Recovery, you'll learn healthier ways to navigate life's difficulties while growing in Christ's love with a community of people who struggle just like you.

Recovery IS: a confidential place; a refuge; a place of belonging; a place to learn and grow.

Recovery IS NOT: therapy; a place for secrets; a place to be rescued; for perfect people.

  • When & Where we meet

    Recovery meets year-round from 6:30-8:30 p.m. on Thursday nights. Meetings are held in the Youth Worship Room at Irving Bible Church. Participants can join in person or via Zoom.

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  • Tell Us You're Coming

    While it's not required to register before coming, we'd love to hear from you. It helps us prepare a space for you. You can share as much or as little as you want, and it's completely confidential.

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  • Register for Childcare

    We offer Kids+ programming each Thursday evening, but registration is required 48 hours in advance. Click below to sign up—we've got stories, songs, and games waiting for your kids!

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What people are saying about recovery

"I always thought Recovery was just for drug addicts or alcoholics. It was great to find others who struggle with other things in life who understand me." - anonymous

"I wasn't sure if Recovery was really a safe place to let go of secrets that had kept me so sick, so I gave a fake name for the first few times. I no know that we are serious when we say, 'Whom you see here, what you hear here, when you leave here, let it stay here.'"- anonymous

"My time in Recovery has led to a greater understanding of self, a greater closeness with Christ, a greater ability to be present with others, and a greater desire to be of service." - anonymous

Still have questions?

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