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Celebrate Recovery Podcast

Big Valley Grace Community Church

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Weekly messages and testimonies from Celebrate Recovery, Big Valley Grace Community Church in Modesto, CA. For more information about our church and what we believe, visit us on the web at www.bigvalleygrace.org.
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Continuing the conversation around depression, Rodney Holmstrom, Global Field Director of Celebrate Recovery, gives practical ideas to provoke new thoughts when we are struggling with depression - helping us interrupt the thought process we find ourselves stuck in while avoiding getting stuck in isolation with this struggle.…
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Depression is one of those topics that gets a little bit tricky and hard to talk about in church circles. In our efforts to keep people from falling into a deep pit, sometimes we say and do things that can actually be more harmful than good to the person struggling with depression. What’s my part in this? And if I am the one struggling, what are so…
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We pick up with our discussion with Jeni Baker, Co-Executive Global Director of Celebrate Recovery, to look at how her personal relationships - starting with her own marriage and her kids - were impacted by anger, and how it affected her recovery and growth process. Listen in with Rodney Holmstrom, Global Field Director of Celebrate Recovery, as he…
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As we continue the conversation around the misunderstood emotion of anger, we invite guest, Jeni Baker, Co-Executive Global Director of Celebrate Recovery, to discuss her interactions and experiences around anger. Listen in as Rodney Holmstrom, Global Field Director of Celebrate Recovery, and Jeni unpack this important topic through this two-part p…
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It’s easy to fall into the comparison bug when thinking about our story and looking at our neighbor’s story. What if my story isn’t messy enough? What if my story is too messy? Is there value in my story if it’s not the big, dramatic kind of story? How does this process of Celebrate Recovery help me face my story, honor it, and not allow the enemy …
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Doing the Principle 4 “Spiritual Inventory” can look like a ridiculous thing to accomplish from the outside looking in. Why would we want to spend time looking at our past? Could it be that this process of examining our past hurts and fully grieving and lamenting that pain leads to walking in the fullness of hope and joy? Listen in as Rodney Holmst…
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Can you imagine going to the doctor with your illness, and in response to that the doctor keeps denying your symptoms saying, “Everything‘s fine.” But in your heart of hearts, you know everything is not fine. You would probably find a new doctor. The Great Physician, Jesus Christ, never denies our pain and He asks us to not deny it either. If we wi…
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Anger can be one of the most misunderstood emotions of all that we carry as believers in Christ. But anger is just a rise against an injustice. So how do we walk and struggle well when anger comes online? What are some practical things that we can learn and lean into to help us move forward with health when the signal of anger comes up? Listen in a…
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One of the greatest blessings about the ministry of Celebrate Recovery is that whether we come from one country or another, we all speak the same language, and that language is "hurt." Pain is a language that we all can understand and feel at the very core of our heart. How we deal with that pain is critical to our growth process. On this week’s ep…
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In this episode we will continue with Part 2 of the conversation on establishing the value of our presence versus our intellect in sitting with someone and listening to their inventory during the fifth step process. How do we stay present and attuned to the person who is courageously opening their heart and life so that we can be a part of the heal…
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One of the greatest gifts we have in recovery is being able to sit with someone who enters into the scary parts of their story. This may even be the first time they are sharing and they have decided to share with us. This process can be one of the biggest healing components of the recovery process through the empowering presence of the Holy Spirit.…
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On this podcast, Rodney Holmstrom, Global Field Director of Celebrate Recovery, continues his interview with two brothers in Christ - Nick and Ryan - in part 2 of their discussion about the opioid epidemic. The numbers are staggering when it comes to this epidemic's impact on individuals, families, and communities across the globe. What are the res…
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The numbers are staggering when it comes to the opioid epidemic and how it’s impacting individuals, families, and communities across the globe. How do we get our arms around this epidemic and point people to Jesus for healing? What are the resources available to us to help people as they face this seemingly insurmountable mountain of struggle? On t…
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It can seem a little bit awkward when we think about the idea of connecting with "self." It might seem like the last person I want to connect with in my struggles is the very person that’s in the middle of the struggle. But learning how to stop and stay within myself and not exit my "self" in the midst of trials and struggles is critical to staying…
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What happens when we refuse to face the hurts and trauma from our past? Sometimes, wherever we sit in our brokenness can keep us stuck there and even hidden underneath the table in a place of darkness. On this week's podcast, Rodney Holmstrom, Global Field Director of Celebrate Recovery, will unpack parts of his story and how God met him underneath…
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There are some aspects of our life that if we really think about it sound and seem repulsive. What are some things that represent your version of “toilet water” in your mind, heart and body? What do we need to be paying attention to to keep us from consuming the nasty old “toilet water” that tried to steal the fruit from our life? In this podcast R…
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What do you think of when you hear the word relapse? It's easy to box it into a very defined picture but what if the act of relapse is not the only thing we need to be focusing on? What if there are some questions that we can be asking ourselves to help prevent the physical act of relapse or lapsing into old tendencies, mentally or emotionally? On …
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The practice of taking a daily inventory can feel arduous and laborious at times if we forget the value behind this practice. What makes this so valuable? In this podcast, Rodney Holmstrom, Global Field Director of Celebrate Recovery invites a guest on to help unpack this important discipline that brings incredible value to our life and recovery. L…
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In celebrate recovery we tend to find our own language that we use to help us stay on the road to recovery. What does it mean to “keep coming back“ in this podcast, Rodney Holmstrom, Global Field Director of celebrate recovery has a great conversation with Mac Owen, Global Director of Celebrate Recovery to talk about the benefits and the reasons be…
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What if you received an invitation from your girlfriend to attend celebrate recovery just two months into your relationship? Would that get you pumped up and excited? Would you turn and run? Scott leaned into the invitation and it changed his life. In this week’s episode, Rodney Holmstrom, Global Field Director of Celebrate Recovery, interviews a b…
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