As a modern reverend, Sarah's goal is to help you connect with the higher power of your own understanding, by whatever name you call he, she, or it. It's what you believe that is important. So, I'm here to honor that connection, rather than to tell you what you are "supposed to" believe. Here is
In this podcast filmed right on the beach with crying babies and the noise of the ocean. Dean, Dan, and Christian talk about how science and God intersect. Their own interpretation of "Higher Power" and how in recovery all you really need to know is you are not God. Download the Most High Media App
Reid's story is one of redemption and community. What happens when people live the principles set forth by the 12 steps and help each other.
Adam, James, and Christian talk about honesty in the rooms and the importance of being transparent as possible since sometimes, we don't know what honesty actually is. Also we talk about why the American Christian church is not as welcoming as a 12 step meeting.
This episode we reference AA and Celebrate Recovery by name. This is not to be promotional, but rather to be transparent in our discussions. “Having had a spiritual awakening as the result of these steps, we tried to carry this message to alcoholics, and to practice these principles in all our affairs.”
Recovery from addiction and Mental Illness is chronic and take daily intentionality. In a media-saturated world, we don’t need one more TV show, one more movie, one more YouTube Channel. What we do need is more recovery-centered content that’s easily accessible. With MOBILE & TV Apps, we can reach our community every day of the week with content
A band of Misfits, Recovering Addicts, Christians, Agnostics, and Business persons looking to make the world a better place. We have experienced hope and strength through faith, the community, and the 12 steps. We want to share that strength and hope with others. Our donors, partners and those brave souls; who choose to share the
Dan and Debbie share their story of love, drugs, crime and redemption.
“We continued to take personal inventory and when we were wrong promptly admitted it.” “A man can fail many times, but he isn’t a failure until he blames someone else.”– John Burroughs
“Made direct amends to such people wherever possible, except when to do so would injure them or others.”