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Next Training at NAD Health Summit Canada - Sep 28-Oct 2, 2016
Date: September 28-October 2, 2016. 

LocationCamp Hope, British Columbia, Canada
Website: Learn more and register at www.NADHealthSummit.com

Email us at nadhm@nadadventist.org if you would like to host a training event near you.



12 Steps to Wholeness participants will:
  • Be provided expert insights from Christian Professionals working in the academic and clinical field of Addictions. These insights include helping participants understand the marvelous and resilient brain circuitry that God has gifted to humans, and how this truth can be utilized in inspiring hope and behavior change in the recovering addict.
  • Understand how addictions (activity and/or substance), obsessive-compulsive behaviors form and what we can do to heal the resulting family dysfunctions in our church and community
  • Recognize the need in the church for a ‘recovery ministry’ and the relevance of creating a Christ-centered 12-Step ministry in your church
  • Develop an understanding of how working systematically through the ‘Steps’, with accountability, can assist someone to move into healthy wholeness, deepening their personal journey with Christ
  • Be equipped with training, tools and practical steps to empower church members who have been called to a ‘recovery ministry’ to begin and facilitate a Christ-centered 12-Step support group for your church and community.
The ‘Steps’ offer help, hope and healing. ‘God never wastes a hurt’.  As individuals heal, they are prepared to help others in their life journey.

Training Description
The Adventist Recovery Ministries Training is called, "Journey to Wholeness." This training has been developed by the North American Division ATMin to equip church leaders and enable churches to assist individuals who are struggling with addictions or any unhealthy compulsive behavior. This training is required to conduct an Adventist Recovery Ministry in your local church.

Four modules
Module I: Biblical and Spiritual Concepts of Recovery and Healing
Module II: Understanding Addiction and Preventive Interventions
Module III: Adventist Recovery Ministries and the 12-steps as a tool for Wholeness
Module IV: Journey to Wholeness Effective Use 

Typical Schedule
The following schedule can be modified to suit your needs.

Friday
6:00 pm-7:00 pm - Event Check-in
7:00 pm-9:00 pm - Module I

Sabbath
8:00 am-6:00 pm - Module II and III

Sunday
8:00 am-5:00 pm - Module IV and practicum

Who Should Attend
Local church health ministry leaders, pastors, church members, health professionals, educators who want to integrate health into their scholastic programs as well as administrators who want to introduce a vibrant, evidence-based health ministry to their organization should plan to attend.

Featured Speakers
David Sedlacek, Ph.D, Professor, Family Ministry and Discipleship, Andrews University Seminary. 
Duane McBride, Ph.D, Professor and Chair of Behavioral Sciences, Director of Institute for Prevention of Addictions (IPA), Andrews University;
Ricardo Whyte, M.D., Psychiatrist, Professor, School of Medicine, Loma Linda University, Director Chemical Dependency Program, Loma Linda Behavioral Center.