Homosexuality Info & Help

You are not alone. Help is available.

We strongly suggest that you print out these helpful pamphlets, read them offline and keep copies for you to refer to:
Day One: My First 24 Hours in Recovery
The Next 24 Hours and the Rest of My Life

The Christians in Recovery Web site is loaded with thousands of pages of information and files designed to help you. Check out:

First Things First

Where to Start Recovery

Frequently Asked Questions

Also see:

Talk with others who are in recovery. Learn how they overcame.
Communicate with others by getting active in our Message Boards:
Attend our online meetings. You can find the schedule here:

These excellent booklets will help:
1) Biblical Counseling
Biblical counselors have been trained to utilize the Bible in a counseling context by applying practical and hopeful biblical principles to real life situations and problems. Christians who
find they are struggling with various problems need an understanding of the awesome resources available in biblical solutions that offer real hope and practical help.

2) Hope and Help – Homosexuals
Demonstrates that homosexuality is not genetic in origin. Rather, it is a learned behavior. Changing this behavior is possible, thereby completing the circle of hope for both the individual and family.

Software for recovery:

To find help and meetings locally:
International Directory of Christian Recovery Ministries, Groups & Organizations

Read everything you can get your hands on regarding
recovery. You can browse the books below at:

The 12 Steps A Spiritual Journey (Workbook with guide for leading a group)

The 12 Steps for Christians (accompanies above)

Power to Choose, 12 Steps to Wholeness (excellent workbook)

False Intimacy: Understanding the Struggle of Sexual Addiction

Men’s Secret Wars

A Practical Guide to Victory in Christ
Order From: http://www.overcomersinchrist.org/store/scripts/prodView.asp?idProduct=1
Overcomers in Christ
P.O. Box 34460
Omaha, NE 68134

Celebrate Recovery Participant’s Guides Set

Victory Over the Darkness Book and Study Guide
Neil T. Anderson / Harvest House

Bondage Breaker
Neil T. Anderson / Harvest House

Bondage Breaker Study Guide
Neil T. Anderson / Harvest House

A Hunger for Healing Workbook

Then look under “Where to Start” at RecoveryBooks.com

We suggest any Christian who is in recovery or trying to recover from ANYTHING get copies of these Bibles:

Life Recovery Bible
Published by Tyndale House Publishers.This Bible is specially annotated for recovering Christians and is a wonderful source of support and healing.

Serenity: A Companion for Twelve Step Recovery
(New King James Version- New Testament Psalms & Proverbs)
by Dr. Robert Hemfelt and Dr. Richard Fowler

Recovery Devotional Bible
(complete Bible-NIV version)
Includes 365 meditations and extensive notes
Zondorvan Publishers

You may also want to contact:
Exodus International

Possible sources of referrals to Christian counselors:
American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC)
2421 W. Pratt #1398
Chicago, IL 60645

American Association of Pastoral Counselors
9504A Lee Highway
Fairfax, Virginia 22031-2303
Phone: 703-385-6967
FAX: 703-352-7725

National Association of Nouthetic Counselors (NANC)
3600 W. 96th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46268-2905
Phone: (317) 337-9100
Fax: (317) 337-9199
E-Mail: info@nanc.org

International Association of Biblical Counselors (IABC)
11500 Sheridan Boulevard
Denver, CO 80020
Telephone: 303-469-IABC
Fax: 303-469-1787

Association of Christian Therapists (ACT)
14440 Cherry Lane Court #215
Laurel, MD 10707

National Christian Counselors Association (NCCA)
3650 17th Street
Sarasota, FL 34235
(941) 951-6177

Christian Association for Psycholgical Studies (CAPS)
PO Box 310400
New Braunfels, TX 78131-0400

This is not an endorsement or recommendation of any organization
or group. Listings are provided as a courtesy, not as an obligation.
It is up to the reader to determine whether these organizations
suits his or her purposes, interests and beliefs.

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