Friday October 13 |  7:00 – 9:00p –  NO COST

Saturday October 14 |  9:00a – 12:30p  – COST: $20

Guest Speaker:
Dr. Grant Mullen

Dr. Mullen believes that it is God’s will for us to be saved and transformed. However, there is so much confusion about how to do it, that most people just give up and struggle quietly. He wants to clear the confusion and walk with people through a path of transformation. You can read more about his story at

Schedule and Session Details:

Friday, October 13 – 7:30 – 9:30 PM (1 session)

Topic:  Finding Self Acceptance
PLEASE NOTE:  This is a Celebrate Recovery Evening Event.  There will be NO COST to attend.  All are welcome.


Saturday, October 14 – 9:00 AM – 12:30 PM (3 sessions)

COST:  $20 / person.  Please register below.

9:00a – Welcome

9:15-10:00 – Three Steps to Freedom – How to begin or accelerate your transformation mentally , spiritually and emotionally.

10:00-10:15 Break

10:15-11:15 – Your Moods Matter  – A Christian understanding of depression, anxiety and mood swings

What is depression and anxiety? Do I have it? How is it treated? Can a Christian be depressed and/or anxious? Are medications safe?
Christians are often confused about mood disorders. They are misinformed about the nature and treatment of mental illnesses. They can also be suspicious of psychiatric treatments, so many are suffering needlessly from correctable conditions. Dr. Mullen developed this presentation to help remove the mystery and confusion about the diagnosis and treatment of mood disorders. With easy to understand language, he explains what depression and mood disorders are, how to assess yourself and how medical treatment works.

11:15-11:30 Break

11:30-12:30 – Shame: So you think you’re a loser?
Are you wearing a mask? Do you feel like a loser and need to hide? Are you always comparing yourself to people who make you feel inadequate? Do you strive for unreachable goals and impossible standards? Do you often feel dumb, stupid, worthless and defective? Do you feel like you do not belong anywhere? You may be living with the wounds of shame.
Shame is a very common emotional injury that damages all relationships. It usually starts in childhood, but reaches full force in adults. There are many defensive behaviors that people use to hide shame. In this presentation, you will learn the most common shame based behaviors of individuals and families, so you can determine if your life is being controlled by shame.