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Christian Recovery Radio with DickB

Christian Recovery Radio with DickB


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Today's guest is Mary B. from Delaware. Her story of deliverance is miraculous. And this interview grew out the frequency of Mary's approving comments on my Facebook page. Day after day, she followed the posts. And then things began to... more

Our guest today is Christian recovery leader Don C. from the Santa Rosa, California, area. I'm quite familiar with this area because my parents had a wonderful home in nearby Sebastopol where my own family spent many hours... more

Our guest today is Jeff M., Executive Director of Overcomers Outreach, Inc.--a Christian Twelve Step Bridge Group with headquarters in Whittier, California. These are very exciting days for us at Christian Recovery Radio because--in... more

Our guest today is Tim K. from Colorado. In just the short time we've known him, he's clearly been a dynamic and productive Christian leader, Tim will tell you about his family, education, religious background, job, 12 Step fellowship... more

Today Dick B.'s son Ken will be discussing how the Web site came into being and why following two conferences of the International Christian Recovery Coalition... more

Our guest today is Christian musician Santos.

Today's guest is Rusty W. from Arizona. We have known Rusty for quite a few years--mostly as the expert conference recorder who taped several of our important conferences. Rusty is a recovered alcoholic, a devoted Christian, and... more

We have a distinguished Christian Recovery Leader on our show today. He is the Reverend Dr. Mike Belman. Mike is the pastor of a church. He leads the Association of Christian Alcohol and Drug Counselors Institute. He founded the... more

Today, people striving for recovery from alcoholism often think that A.A. itself offers two divergent ways to recover. The little-known, first way is the way the pioneers did it. We call it "old-school" A.A. Its principle tenet is reliance on God,... more

Alcoholics and drug addicts today don't need a new therapeutic program. Nor a new treatment model. Nor criticism of a valuable society that has successfully relied on the power of God for recovery for decades. The afflicted souls need... more