90 Days to Wholeness Devotional



It is said that it takes 90 days to form a new habit and in recovery, 12-step groups challenge you to attend 90 meetings in 90 days. Here at DGM, we’re very excited to announce “90 Days to Wholeness” — a 90 day devotional designed to kick-start your recovery from pornography and sexual addiction (or whatever stronghold you’re facing). 

Whether you are seasoned in your recovery or you’re finding yourself here at the very beginning of your journey: we encourage you to take this challenge. What you can expect from 90 Days to Wholeness is a series of short devotions that will come straight to your inbox everyday for 90 days—written by our founder Crystal Renaud and a few select guest authors. For each of those 90 days, you’ll be asked to read the devotional and then briefly discuss it with other women in our online community as a source of encouragement and accountability.

But you have to sign up. The only place to get 90 Days to Wholeness will be in your own inbox as we will not be posting them on our blog or website. In order to receive all of the daily devotionals, you’ll need to subscribe below by March 9, 2014 to join the 90 Day Challenge mailing list.

90 Days to Wholeness is uplifting, rooted in scripture and will challenge you to throw down and break free from the strongholds in your life as it journeys you through the S.C.A.R.S. Process.

And of course, it’s free! Though your tax-deductible donation is gladly accepted. 

Recovery is tough, but it’s certainly not hopeless and more importantly, you don’t have to walk through it alone. We encourage you to take this challenge. Give it a try! It is our prayer that God will use this opportunity to bring help, hope and healing into your mind, heart and soul.

By the way, if you’re a man who feels he could benefit from these devotionals, please feel free to subscribe, but keep in mind our online community is for women only.

March 2014 enrollment is closed. July 2014 enrollment available HERE


  1. Carolyn aka Jaz

    Crystal, Thank you for your courage to speak today on Moody Radio. I know it was God reaching out to me in my addiction.

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