• Cape Coral
    • Fort Myers Central
    • Fort Myers Shores
    • Fort Myers Trinity
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Cape Coral Campus

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Service Times

Contemporary

Saturday | 5pm
Sunday | 10am, 11:30am

Traditional

Sunday | 8:30am

 

CHOOSE RECOVERY

Friday

6:45pm

Address

13 SE 21st Place
Cape Coral, FL 33990

Campus Pastor

Wes Olds

Fort Myers Central Campus

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Service Times

Contemporary

Sunday | 10am
Wednesday | 6:30pm

Breakfast Church

Sunday | 8:30am

Choose Recovery

Monday

6:45pm

 

Address

2415 Grand Ave
Fort Myers, FL 33901

Campus Pastor

Ed Horne

Fort Myers Shores Campus

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Service Times

Contemporary

Sunday | 10am

Traditional

Sunday | 8:30am

 

Wednesday Nights

Free Community Dinner

6pm

Children and Youth Programs

6:30pm

Adult Studies

6:30pm

Address

14036 Matanzas Drive
Fort Myers, FL 33905

Campus Pastor

Shari Lacey

Fort Myers Trinity Campus

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Service Times

Dinner Church

Tuesday | 5:30pm

Address

2979 Lincoln Blvd.
Fort Myers, FL 33916

Campus Pastor

Heather Evans

Sarasota Campus

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Service Times

Sunday

9:41am

 

Contact

941.966.3306

Office Hours

Monday 10am-3pm
Tuesday 10am-3pm
Friday 10am-3pm

Address

8521 Vamo Road
Sarasota, FL 34231

Campus Pastor

Patti Nemazie

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Cape Coral Campus

13 SE 21st Place, Cape Coral, FL 33990, 239.574.7161

 

Fort Myers Shores Campus

14036 Matanzas Drive, Fort Myers, FL 33905, 239.694.2797

 

Fort Myers Central Campus

2415 Grand Avenue, Fort Myers, FL 33901, 239.334.3160

 

Fort Myers Trinity Campus

2979 Lincoln Boulevard, Fort Myers, FL 33916, 239.223.7552

 

Sarasota Campus

8521 Vamo Road, Sarasota, FL 34231, 941.966.3306

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Nov 30, 2018

CR - 11/30/18 - Ron. R Testimony

CR - 11/30/18 - Ron. R Testimony

Series: Choose Recovery

Category: Cape Coral Campus

Summary:

Ron. R Testimony

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Message Notes

Step 12: Having had a spiritual awakening as a result of these steps, we try to carry this message to others, and to practice these principles in all our affairs.

Brothers, if someone is caught in a sin, you who are spiritual should restore him gently. But watch yourself, or you also may be tempted. (Galatians 6:1)

Ron shared his testimony as an act of obedience to the 12th Step of recovery, and out of a true and deep desire for others to experience the spiritual awakening he experienced.

The essence of the 12th Step is selfless service to others, rather than our pre-recovery selfish desire for others to bend to us.

What are some ways other than giving a testimony at Celebrate Recovery that we can work the 12th step of recovery, even if we are not finished with working the 12 Steps ourselves?

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