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The Recovery-Minded Church

The Recovery-Minded Church

Loving and Ministering to People With Addiction

by Jonathan Benz

A toolkit to help you encourage, plan for, and celebrate the homecomings of recovering addicts.

About the Book and Author

About the Book and Author

A clinically informed, biblical, and theological framework to love the addicts in your midst.

Read an Excerpt From

Read an Excerpt From "The Recovery Minded Church"

"Angie began to realize that she wasn't a bad person for being an addict. Nor was God angry with her. She wasn't being punished; she was sick." ~from the book

Praise for

Praise for "The Recovery-Minded Church"

"Jonathan Benz bridges the gap between 'addicts' and the rest of us in a way that calls us to the sacred mission of including all of God's people in the ministry of the church." ~Teresa B. Pasquale, licensed clinical social worker

Author Q&A: Jonathan Benz

Author Q&A: Jonathan Benz

“The truth is people are already suffering from addiction in our pews. The issue is whether we will move out of our denial and respond with grace, healing, and unconditional love.” — Jonathan Benz

How the Church Should Respond to People With Addictions: Q&A With Co-Author Kristina Robb-Dover

How the Church Should Respond to People With Addictions: Q&A With Co-Author Kristina Robb-Dover

"The church and people with addictions have much to teach one another about the sanctifying grace of God." ~Kristina Robb-Dover

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Dwight Lee Wolter

A thoughtful, loving look at ministering to addicts.

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