Teen Group: 3:00pm
Grief Support Group: 6 pm - 7 pm
Open Meeting: 7:00pm
Women's Art Group: 10:00am
Open Meeting: 12:00pm
Teen Art Group: 2:30 - 4:00pm
Teen Group: 4:00 - 5:00pm
THE WOMEN'S DEPRESSION GROUP IS ON HIATUS UNTIL AFTER JANUARY 1, 2019 WITH A NEW WEEKDAY AND TIME.
Women's Group: 5:30pm
Men's Group: 6:00pm
Step Study: 7:00pm
REWIRE Bible Study: 12:00pm
The heart of PSD is to create a place where teens can meet in a safe and non-judgmental environment. A place where they can come and share with other teens who are going through similar issues. A place where they can openly discuss with one another how they learn to cope with stress in everyday life.
Addiction does not only affect the one struggling, but also the loved ones trying to help. We offer a support group that can give guidance with the impact it has had on you and the rest of your family.
Open meetings are an opportunity for individuals with addicitve and compulsive behaviors to share their experiences, struggles, and victories. They are led by God's spirit and Biblical principles to handle the challenges of today while looking to Gods promises of a hope and a future.
Our aim is to provide a safe place for women to share their hearts, be listened to, affirmed and accepted. Our God is a Creator and we are made in His image. Sharing our stories fosters healing and healing fosters creativity. Likewise, creativity fosters more healing! Women may participate in art or craft projects presented by a facilitator or any of their own choosing.
For an hour and a half, kids experiment with watercolors, acrylics, and/or markers. They learn a little bit about color theory, composition, and how to put their feelings into a painting, which is the challenging part. The workshop is more focused on getting the participating teens to open up in a relaxed and creative environment. When teens start painting, it's easier for them to share how they are feeling, their worries, what they enjoy, and what their plans for the future are.
There are many times when I felt lost and scared. Days when I felt as though there was no hope for me. I felt as though my addictions were going to kill me and I could not win. I felt doomed and alone! Until I realized that my addiction was not just an addiction. God showed me that the addiction was simply a symptom of something more troubling. It was a symptom of a stronghold that Satan had placed on me. Stop on by and watch God begin to cleanse you.
1 Peter 5:7 “Cast all your anxiety on him because he cares for you.”
Thursday evening women's group here at Prodigal Sons & Daughters has been home to many women over the years. Women in the group aren't necessarily in recovery for addiction or alcoholism so the focus of our time together is to discover our differences while relying on our commonality as women to process life and support one another.
In this meeting, every Thursday night at 7 p.m. we learn the 12 steps of AA and how to apply them to our lives. We work through the steps together in a workbook called " The Twelve Steps - A Spiritual Journey " which contains scriptural passages that illustrate the harmony between the practice of Christianity and the working of the Twelve Steps. The use of scripture provides an understanding of the Twelve Steps within a biblical context. When used as intended, the steps are a profoundly powerful process of allowing God to heal damaged emotions. This book is a spiritual tool that helps us regain balance and order in our lives and leads us to improved health and increased happiness through a renewed relationship with God.
The Christian life is a journey. The journey is different for all of us. Join us as we learn to find our identity in God by rewiring our hearts and minds.