"Let us not give up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but let us encourage one another- and all the more as you see the Day approaching." Hebrews 10:25 NIV
This is why CTM has set aside this time for family, friends and loved ones to share in the learning of God’s word and teachings. We also have dinner on the grounds following every Sunday service, which provides an amazing time for fellowship and for relationship building. We encourage you all to come and join us any 1st and 3rd visitation Sunday at 11:00am. Your visit will not only have an impact on your life, but also on ours as well. Hope to see you soon
Every man in the program is assigned to a work task for approximately five hours each day according to his physical ability and skills. The purpose of this is to learn good work ethic, apply relational skills and develop teamwork in a safe, closely supervised environment.
The families of the residents are strongly encouraged to participate in discussion groups and biblical counseling sessions every 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month. Family dynamics are an itegral part of the residents regeneration process. Family members will receive guidance and spiritual instruction in the restoration of the family.
Our Regeneration Program requires a 12-month commitment. This begins with a four-week Induction Period. During this time, the man will begin to develop his relationship with the Lord and gain an understanding of the CTM program. Following the Induction Class, is the Orientation Class where the man writes a personal contract stating specific achievable goals he intends to attain during the remainder of the program. After Orientation, the ten-week Regeneration begins where Biblical counseling, classroom teaching, and small groups are methods used to address the spiritual, mental, and physical issues involved with addiction. The next ten weeks involve the process of Inner Healing where the man learns that forgiveness is the key to spiritual maturity and that the cross is the focal point for all forgiveness. Next, the man enters a ten-week period of Discipleship Training where he learns to take his focus off his addiction and who he used to be and learns to walk in the truth of who God says he is.