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  • by United Church of God
Whether or not you are personally facing issues surrounding alcohol abuse or earnestly want to help someone in the midst of alcohol-related issues, what can you do?
  • by United Church of God
Many would likely be surprised to find that functioning alcoholics and people who regularly abuse alcohol are today in all walks of life.
  • by United Church of God
While the Bible is clear that the proper use of alcoholic beverages is not wrong, the act of drinking too much alcohol (drunkenness) is continually condemned in God's Word.
  • by United Church of God
When an addict or abuser of alcohol enters into a post-drinking and/or abusing stage, they are said to be entering a new stage of recovery.
  • by United Church of God
Thousands of years ago, God Himself offered a group of people a simple choice. They had to choose one of two ways of life.
  • by Anonymous Author
I’m writing this in 2012 at age 36. In a way, I feel I’ve lived a hundred years, years filled with some good stuff and a lot of bad stuff. In another way, I’m a “newborn babe” excitedly learning the “pure milk” of God’s Word (1 Peter 2:2).
  • by Larry Walker, Glen White
In the previous two installments of this series, we identified and described the symptoms of alcoholism. Alcoholism is so widespread that most of us know someone afflicted with the problem.
  • by Larry Walker
The Twelve Step program has a largely successful track record for recovery from alcoholism. The principles of this program have also been incorporated for recovery from other forms of addiction, such as Narcotics Anonymous for drug addictions. This success is due in large part to the fact that all twelve steps reflect biblical principles. This article will document how A.A.'s 12 steps correlate...
  • by John McClain
Many suffer from difficult physical and psychological addictions that hinder their lives. Breaking free from addictions can be a long, painful promise. The example of a First Lady of the United States provides clarity and motivation to overcome addictions and confront our problems.