Thousands of men and women struggle with sex addiction. If you’re seeking help or support, you’ve come to the right place.
DO I HAVE A PROBLEM WITH SEX ADDICTION?
A fellowship of men and women coming together to battle sexual addiction!
Jesus Taught Us to Love Like God Loves
RSA ministries is a fellowship of men and women who have struggled with compulsive sexual behaviors, and of those who love them, and who share their experience, strength, and hope for recovery from compulsive sexual behaviors through the Christ. We are a community of believers who have found that our common struggle is God’s opportunity. Each day we work at allowing God to transform our lives by the renewal of our minds.
We are a 12 Step program, and our members meet both face-to-face in our live meetings, and online support. If you have struggled with compulsive sexual behaviors, or love someone who does, then you are in the right place! Come and join us
A Guide for individuals working the 12 steps of RSA
He is the founder of Renewed Hope/RSA Ministries, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing Christ-centered, 12 step recovery programs and materials for those who struggle wih sexual addiction and for those who love them.
To get a paperback copy of Where to from here? Written by Laird Bridgman,Psy.D. Click the link below.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Several other Christian recovery ministries have in person meetings. They may not be twelve step programs, but they will be helpful. Check out the listing of other important resources on our Important Links page. Have you considered starting an RSA Meeting yourself? Read our FAQ on starting a meeting.
A: To start an RSA participation meeting, all you really need are at least two people who want to get sober, the RSA Start-up Kit, and a place to meet. The Start-up Kit contains all the materials we use in our participation meeting format (The Problem, The Solution, What is Sobriety?, Participation Guidelines, and the Leader’s Guide). The Kit is available for a small donation online in our store. A downloadable version is available, or you can order a hard-copy kit to be sent by mail. We also provide support for those individuals starting up a meeting. One of our Meeting Mentors will help guide you through the process via telephone and/or email. If you are working to set the meeting up through a church, we are happy to communicate with the church’s administrative or pastoral staff to facilitate the answering of any questions they may have. Order your Start-up Kit and then contact us by email at: email@example.com.
A “Meeting Mentor” is simply a volunteer with at least one year of RSA sobriety who serves as a mentor for someone who is starting an RSA meeting without at least a year of sobriety of their own. Facilitating a meeting can sometimes be challenging and it can be helpful to draw upon the wisdom of experience. The Meeting Mentor provides encouragement, support, direction, guidance and prayer coverage for the facilitator. The Mentor helps to identify and activate various resources to meet the needs of the meeting.
RSA Ministries is a not for profit organization (501c3) and donations of cash or property are tax deductible. We are able to accept donations online via our “Donate Now” link. Donations of vehicles and property are accepted as well. If you have property you wish to donate, please contact our offices by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by snail-mail at our office. Donations by check should be sent directly to our office (see address below).
A: A sponsor is someone with at least a year of sobriety gained through twelve step program work of their own, who commits to being available to guide you through your own twelve step work.
A: An accountability partner is someone who is similar to you in their recovery journey. They provide mutual accountability, prayer support, and commit to being available for those important contacts when temptation is strong. See our list of “Top Ten Questions to Ask Your Accountability Partner.”
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