Dick B interviews Christian Recovery leader Royce Dockrill

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Our guest this evening is Royce Dockrill of British Columbia. Royce and his wife own and manage a recovery treatment center in Kelowna, BC, Canada. And I first met both them at a large conference of the International Christian Recovery Coalition held recently at The Crossing Church in Costa Mesa, California. When the conference was concluding both Royce and his wife came up to me, introduced themselves as Christian leaders and managers of a treatment program in Canada, and showed an interest in the Christian Recovery Movement. Since then, I have been in touch with the Dockrills by email, telephone, and mail, and have learned of the growth of their work in Canada.

Tonight, Royce will give us the details of his alcoholism and addiction treatment facility, its address, location, phone, and email. He will also tell us about the founding of the program and the actual scope of its recovery program.

We will also learn the various segments of the program, the accommodations, treatment staff, and counseling segments. And Royce will tell us how the program has grown up to now, and the plans he and his wife have for the future.

We also look forward to hearing some details about Royce and his wife, where they live, their families, education, training, and religious background. And, in a general way, their drinking and using background. Also, any certified people at their facility, and the training, experience, and specialties they have.

We hope our guest will tell us his views of recovery as a Christian, as to 12 Step programs, as to his own recovery philosophy, and as to plans for the future

We would appreciate any comments on the fellowship, mission, and projects of the International Christian Recovery Coalition (www.ChristianRecoveryCoalition.com).

Take it away, Royce.

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