90 Days to Wholeness Summer Enrollment (July-Sept. 2014)


It is said that it takes 90 days to form a habit and in recovery, 12-step groups challenge you to attend 90 meetings in 90 days. Our “90 Days to Wholeness” — is a 90 day devotional designed to kick-start your recovery from pornography and sexual addiction (or various other strongholds). Our summer enrollment is now open. 

Beginning Tuesday, July 1, you’ll receive a daily devotional containing reflection questions that you will be encouraged to briefly discuss with other women in our online community. While you can work the devotionals on your own, the community serves as a source of encouragement and accountability during your recovery journey. Devotions are written by our founder Crystal Renaud with select contributions by Jenny Miller.

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 valuable stepBut you have to sign up. The only place to get 90 Days to Wholeness is your own inbox as we will no longer be posting them on social media or our website. In order to receive ALL of the daily devotionals, you’ll need to join the 90 Days to Wholeness mailing list by June 30, 2014.

90 Days to Wholeness is FREE for all participants, but if you are able, we ask a SUGGESTED donation of $15 when you enroll—which equates to less than $0.17 a day! But any amount helps. Donation is tax-deductible. 

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. Recovery is tough, but it’s certainly not hopeless and more importantly, you don’t have to walk through it alone. 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 that our online community is for women only.


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