One thing is for sure—addiction, mental health problems, and suicidal thoughts don’t discriminate. Odds are, you or someone you love have struggled with at least one or more of them. And if you’ve spent any time in traditional Christian recovery circles? Odds are you’ll agree—we, the church, have work to do.
The Sober Truth Project (STP) is changing the way the world thinks about recovery, starting with the Church. We go beyond traditional 12-step programming to help struggling people not only “get sober” but experience a total life transformation as they discover the truth about their identities as beloved children of a good-Father God.
There’s no shortage of recovery programs out there, especially in the Church. Problem is, too many of our lock-step, legalistic programs can leave people feeling sinful, shamed, and stuck.
STP founder George Wood, former addict and suicide survivor, knows this because he lived it—and he knows the way forward when it comes to radical Christian recovery.
Hear George’s powerful story and vision for STP to be a safe and welcoming space for those who struggle and a reforming resource for those who love and lead them.