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January 2015

Men Support Group

Goal: We strive to achieve long-term recovery from active addiction through the restoration of self-esteem, self-worth and peer expectations of positive behavior and growth.

 

We meet at the following dates, times and locations


January 7th 2015
6pm – 8pm
HOSMER LIBRARY
347 E. 36th Street (cr of 36th Street and 4th Avenue)
612-543-6900
HOSMER LIBRARY

 

January 21st 2015
6pm – 8pm
Ms. Valerie McLendon (Guest Speaker)
Exec. Dir. of Parent Leadership & Advocacy Network
Topic: Parenting
347 E. 36th Street (cr of 36th Street and 4th Avenue)


612-543-6900
Contact: George 612-232-5554
Come Join Us

 

Nine-Part Lecture Series at Transfiguration Lutheran Church
Based on the new book by Rev. Dr. John MacDougall
Being Sober and Becoming Happy

 

January 8, 2015 6:30 p.m. Free

Staying Sober

 

Transfiguration Lutheran Church
11000 France Avenue South (110th Street and France)
Bloomington, MN 55431
952.884.2364

WWW.TLCMN.COM

 

Rev. Dr. John MacDougall, one of the most respected voices in the field of addiction and recovery, presents a series of lectures beginning on January 8, 2015.

 

This series is appropriate for all people interested in learning how to apply the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous to daily life. No familiarity with addiction or recovery is required to attend.

 

All are welcome

Refreshments and optional discussion groups follow.

 

12 Step Spirituality

January 10, 2015

Steps 4 and 5: "Love, Belonging, Acceptance"

 

Each Session:

  • Centering Prayer Instruction
  • Two 20-Minute Sessions of Silence
  • Readings from the Big Book
  • Presenters Share Personal
  • Experiences
  • Teaching on 12 Step Spirituality and Impediments to It
  • Group Discussions

Cost:
A free-will offering of $10 per workshop to cover rent, snacks, printing and coffee is greatly appreciated

 

Location:
Colonial Church of Edina
Hearth Room
6200 Colonial Way
Edina, MN 55436

 

Directions:
Located north of Hwy 62 in Edina; From Hwy 62 take the Tracy Ave exit, turning north onto Tracy Ave. Take the 1st left (west) onto Colonial Way. Colonial Church is located on the left.

 

Four Part Recovery Series
Hosted by the Retreat and Zion Lutheran Church in Anoka

 

Dr. John MacDougall will lead us through this series starting Tuesday, January 27, and continuing Tuesday, February 3, 10, & 17.

It is a free series and will begin at 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

 

MacDougall is an ordained minister who has worked for over twenty years at Hazeleden Treatment Center and is now the Director of Spiritual Guidance for the Retreat in Wayzata and the author of "Being Sober and Becoming Happy".

 

The series will cover four topics:

  • Spirituality and Recovery from Alcoholism and Addiction
  • Spirituality and Recovery from Trauma and Abuse
  • Hope
  • Finding Joy in Life.

 

This is a great series for anyone struggling with life limiting behaviors, people who counsel people with addiction, anyone who has been affected by someone with addiction, or  people who would like to apply the wisdom of the twelve steps to their life. If you have further questions or would like more information please contact Pastor Kathie Nycklemoe at: 763-506-8123 or knycklemoe@zionanoka.org.

 

The Retreat provides a continuum of recovery services based on the spiritual principles of the Twelve Steps of AA. For more information on the event or the Retreat go to www.zionanoka.org orwww.theretreat.org.  No registration necessary, all are welcome!

 

Capitol Lab

Friday, January 30, 2015, 1:30 p.m.

Minnesota State Capitol

75 Rev Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd

St. Paul, MN 55155

 

Please join Minnesota Recovery Connection for a Capitol Lab. Everyone is welcome!

 

This walking tour of the Capitol Complex will include an "all access" tour provided by Scott Magnuson, the Director of the Senate Information Ofἀce. Scott will introduce participants to the "people's house," provide a broad overview of the MN legislative process and remind us of our civic duty to participate in this process. This session is designed to increase your familiarity and comfort level with the Capitol and Capitol surroundings. This is a great opportunity to be introduced to the Capitol if you've never visited, or a re-introduction if you haven't been there recently.

 

For more information and to RSVP for the Capitol Lab please contact Julia Parnell at julia@minnesotarecovery.org or 612-584-4158

HAZELDEN BETTY FORD FOUNDATION TO CELEBRATE
'THE LEGACY OF BETTY FORD: WOMEN IN RECOVERY'

 

The Betty Ford Center will host a free public event on Saturday, Jan. 31, to celebrate women in recovery from addiction and is inviting people from around the globe to participate online.

    

The event, which kicks off the Betty Ford Center’s 2015 monthly speaker series "Alcohol and Other Drugs Awareness Hour," will be held in Rancho Mirage at the Annenberg Center for Health Sciences on the Eisenhower Medical Center campus, with refreshments starting at 9 a.m. PST and the event itself running from 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. People outside of Southern California are invited to participate online at https://new.livestream.com/hazeldenbettyford/womeninrecovery.

 

“Betty Ford, by publicly sharing her story of addiction and recovery, did more than anyone to lift some of the stigma that, historically, had made it especially difficult for women to seek help for problems with alcohol and other drugs,” said Nick Motu, Vice President of Marketing, Communications, Business Development and the Center for Public Advocacy at the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation. “We are so excited to honor Mrs. Ford’s legacy with a nationally broadcasted event that will feature brilliant women who serve as living proof that addiction can affect anyone and that recovery is absolutely possible.”

 

William Moyers, the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation's Vice President of Community Relations and Public Affairs, will moderate the discussion. The panel will include:

  • The Honorable Susan Fox Gillis, chair of the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation Board of Trustees. Fox Gillis is an associate judge in Cook County, Illinois, where she hears a variety of civil cases including mental health commitment and medication trials. She has been named to several Illinois Supreme Court committees and has provided leadership to a number of organizations, including the National Association of Women Lawyers, the Women’s Bar Association of Illinois, the Women’s Bar Foundation and Women Everywhere.

  • Mary Turner Pattiz, PhD, vice chair of the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation Board of Trustees. Pattiz also serves on the boards of DARE, The Chicago School of Psychology and several other higher education institutions. She was a founding member of The Musicians’ Assistance Program and has been a board member for Musicares and The Young Musicians Foundation. Prior to earning her doctorate in clinical psychology, Pattiz was the most-listened to woman in radio as “The Burner, Mary Turner.” For over 18 years, she also was heard daily on Armed Forces Radio.
  • Madeline Redstone, member of the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation Board of Trustees. Redstone served as the managing director of Bear Stearns & Co., an investment banking, securities trading and brokerage firm, before retirement. In addition to her work on the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation board, she currently serves on the board for the Nashoba Brooks School, the Palm Springs Museum, the Women’s Division of the Jewish Federation and the Palm Springs Film Festival. She is also a member of the Children’s Trust of the Boston Children’s Medical Center.
  • Betsy Farver-Smith, executive director of Clinical Services at the Betty Ford Center. Farver-Smith holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Southern California and a master’s in addiction counseling from the Hazelden Graduate School of Addiction Studies. Before becoming a counselor, she previously served as a member of the Betty Ford Center Alumni Board of Directors. She also spent time working in philanthropy and was one of the Betty Ford Center’s first patient advocates. 

  • News anchor Thalia Hayden from KMIR-TV, an NBC affiliate in Palm Desert, Calif. Hayden also has reported and anchored for WPTV in West Palm Beach, Fla.; News 10 NBC in Rochester, NY; and WCJB in Gainesville, Fla. Before debuting in front of the camera, Hayden spent many years behind the scenes, actually starting her career as a production assistant at Fox 5 News in Manhattan on the day of the September 11 attacks. Hayden also spent two years as a casting associate for "51 Minds Entertainment" in Los Angeles.

 

February 2015

Four Part Recovery Series
Hosted by the Retreat and Zion Lutheran Church in Anoka

 

Dr. John MacDougall will lead us through this series starting Tuesday, January 27, and continuing Tuesday, February 3, 10, & 17.

It is a free series and will begin at 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

 

MacDougall is an ordained minister who has worked for over twenty years at Hazeleden Treatment Center and is now the Director of Spiritual Guidance for the Retreat in Wayzata and the author of "Being Sober and Becoming Happy".

 

The series will cover four topics:

  • Spirituality and Recovery from Alcoholism and Addiction
  • Spirituality and Recovery from Trauma and Abuse
  • Hope
  • Finding Joy in Life.

 

This is a great series for anyone struggling with life limiting behaviors, people who counsel people with addiction, anyone who has been affected by someone with addiction, or  people who would like to apply the wisdom of the twelve steps to their life. If you have further questions or would like more information please contact Pastor Kathie Nycklemoe at: 763-506-8123 or knycklemoe@zionanoka.org.

 

The Retreat provides a continuum of recovery services based on the spiritual principles of the Twelve Steps of AA. For more information on the event or the Retreat go to www.zionanoka.org orwww.theretreat.org.  No registration necessary, all are welcome!

 

HAZELDEN BETTY FORD FOUNDATION TO SPONSOR
RECOVERY 2.0 GLOBAL ONLINE EVENT

 

The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, the nation’s largest nonprofit addiction treatment provider, is sponsoring the free “Recovery 2.0: Beyond Addiction” online conference Feb. 6-12. The web-based event will present one-on-one, in-depth conversations between yoga teacher and addiction recovery expert Tommy Rosen and a wide variety of wellness and recovery specialists, including William Moyers, the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation’s Vice President of Public Affairs and Community Relations. 

 

“We are pleased once again to partner with Tommy Rosen, one of the most energetic and thoughtful advocates for embracing lifelong recovery,” said Nick Motu, Vice President of Marketing, Communications, Business Development and the Center for Public Advocacy at the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation. “Tommy’s ‘Recovery 2.0’ is an innovative recovery platform. The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation’s support of Recovery 2.0 reflects our strong commitment to long-term recovery and holistic health.”

 

This will be the fourth Recovery 2.0 conference, which focuses on the Twelve Steps; yoga; meditation; healthy relationships with people, food and money; and the identification of one’s purpose and mission in life. The conference will feature four or five speakers per day via streaming video, and it is available for free to anyone in the world.

In addition to Moyers, the 30 speakers will include:

  • Medical expert and TV personality Dr. Drew Pinsky
  • Jennifer Matesa, author of The Recovering Body from Hazelden Publishing
  • Renowned speaker and bestselling author Dr. Gabor Maté
  • Actress Mackenzie Phillips
  • and many more!

FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF SPEAKERS AND TO REGISTER FOR THE FREE RECOVERY 2.O CONFERENCE Click Here

 

Recovery Sunday

Mayflower ommunity Congregatioal Church UCC
Sunday, February 8, 2015
106 E. Diamond Lake Rd • Minneapolis MN 55419

 

Worship Times: 8:30 and 11:00 a.m.

"Sober! Now how do I deal with my fallible self"

 

Guest Preacher David Rayson is a 63-year-old Instructor of History at Normandale Community College where he has carried out his calling for the past 15 years. A late bloomer, David earned his Ph.D. in History from the University of Minnesota in 1996. "When I first walked into a college classroom as the teacher," he often tells his students, "I felt as if I had come home, and if that is not a calling, I don't know what is." He often jokes with his students that he will "be carried feet first out of Normandale." He accomplished all of this while being an alcoholic 33 out of the last 38 years.

 

Education Hour 9:45-10:45 a.m.

"Addiction: Myths and Misconceptions"

 

One of the biggest misconceptions about addiction disorders is the deadliness of the disease and the number of lives that are lost every day. In July of 2014 the Department of Justice stated that 110 Americans on average die from drug overdoses every day outnumbering even deaths from gunshot wounds and motor vehicle crashes. Learn about the many myths and misconceptions of addiction disorders and how your own education, awareness, and simple advocacy can help to eradicate the stigma and the shaming judgment that often prevent those with addiction disorders and their loved ones from reaching out for help and recovering.

 

Gloria Englund is a pioneer in the field of addiction recovery and support. She holds a Master of Arts in Human Development and is a certified Recovery Coach who works with individuals and families dealing with an addiction to alcohol, drugs, food and relationships. Gloria has personal as well as professional knowledge of addiction and recovery; her oldest son died of a heroin overdose in 2007. She also offers two, on-going coaching support groups. Courageous Caregivers© is a group for loved ones of active drug addicts and alcoholics. A Different Kind of Grief© is a group for those who have a loved one who has died from addiction. As an accomplished public speaker, advocate and published author, Gloria brings a message of hope and recovery to others. For more information, please see her website: www.recoveringu.com

 

Nine-Part Lecture Series at Transfiguration Lutheran Church
Based on the new book by Rev. Dr. John MacDougall
Being Sober and Becoming Happy

 

February 12, 2015 6:30 p.m. Free

Spirituality and Recovery

 

Transfiguration Lutheran Church
11000 France Avenue South (110th Street and France)
Bloomington, MN 55431
952.884.2364

WWW.TLCMN.COM

 

Rev. Dr. John MacDougall, one of the most respected voices in the field of addiction and recovery, presents a series of lectures beginning on January 8, 2015.

 

This series is appropriate for all people interested in learning how to apply the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous to daily life. No familiarity with addiction or recovery is required to attend.

 

All are welcome

Refreshments and optional discussion groups follow.

 

12 Step Spirituality

February 14, 2015

A Panel Discussion Steps 6 and 7: You and Me, God?"

 

Each Session:

  • Centering Prayer Instruction
  • Two 20-Minute Sessions of Silence
  • Readings from the Big Book
  • Presenters Share Personal
  • Experiences
  • Teaching on 12 Step Spirituality and Impediments to It
  • Group Discussions

Cost:
A free-will offering of $10 per workshop to cover rent, snacks, printing and coffee is greatly appreciated

 

Location:
Colonial Church of Edina
Hearth Room
6200 Colonial Way
Edina, MN 55436

 

Directions:
Located north of Hwy 62 in Edina; From Hwy 62 take the Tracy Ave exit, turning north onto Tracy Ave. Take the 1st left (west) onto Colonial Way. Colonial Church is located on the left.

 

Friends in Recovery Annual Banquet
February 21, 2015
Tickets: $30.00

Join us for a special night celebrating Friends in Recovery's successful commitment to provide fun and safe events for people in recovery and their friends and family!

6:30 pm at K&J's Catering, located at 2546 7th Avenue E. North St. Paul, MN 55109. Dinner will follow at 7:00 pm. You have your choice of Beef Tips or Specially Seasoned Grilled Chicken, both come with potatoes, vegetables and a salad.

At 8:00 pm our Guest of Honor Speaker will share their experience, strength and hope.

To purchase tickets contact:
(Tickets MUST be purchased in advance)

Mike S. - 651-259-0559
James N. - 651-964-5816
Leanne G. - 651-325-7483

 

Native American Curriculum for Substance Abuse
and Prevention and Programs in Minnesota

 

When:
Wednesday - Friday, February 25th, 26th, and 27th, 2015
8:30 am - 5:00 pm (will end early if possible)


Description:
The primary intent of this substance abuse-related curriculum is to provide an educational experience primarily for prevention specialists and substance abuse staff of state licensed programs in Minnesota. The curriculum is also relevant for health, mental health and social
work staff members. This curriculum contains 22 modules that require approximately 22 hours of instructional time.

 

Curriculum Goals:
  • To improve ATOD prevention and Treatment experiences for Native Americans.
  • To provide a Native American cultural awareness educational program for staff members of prevention programs and other service providers.
  • To explore causal reasons for alcohol and drug abuse among Native American populations.
  • To identify Native American cultural and spiritual ways, and other ways, that contribute to the prevention, treatment and aftercare of alcohol and drug abuse among individuals and families.
  • To increase alcohol, tobacco and other drug related clinical skills & cultural competency

Location:

Minnesota Indian Women's Resource Center
2300 15th Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55404
Cost: $120.00 (materials and copy of curriculum will be provided)
Contact: Beth Sanftner @ email: beth@miwrc.org

 

63rd Spiritual Program Retreat/Workshop

For A.A., Al-Anon, and A.C.O.A. Members
February 27, 28 & March 1, 2015
Friday night supper through Sunday noon)

Lake Wapogasset Camp and Retreat Center
738 Hickory Point Lane - Amery, Wisconsin

A Spiritual Retreat, founded under the guidance and encouragement of the late Clarence Snyder, one of the original 40 members of A.A., who believed, as did his sponsor Dr. Bob, that our program should be a life changing experience, Open to all alcoholics and their families who would like to share the experience, strength and hope of the the A.A. program to live a life of contentment and peace of mind.

Accommodations:
Meals: Furnished Friday through Sunday brunch.
Two nights lodging in dormitory style rooms with twin size bunks. Has bath and heat. Bring a sleeping bag and pillow or sheets and blankets for twin size bunk, plus towels.

Many excellent speakers of varied backgrounds will share how, after being defeated by alcoholism and chemical dependency they have become winners by the spiritual principles of AA and Al-Anon. If you've been searching for the spirituality of the original AA members don't miss this retreat.

Among those speaking will be:
Phil G., St. Paul, MN
Mike H., New Richmond, WI
Jill M., St. Paul, MN
John M., Murray, UT
Joe M., Clear Lake, WI
Robin H., New Richmond, WI

Experience the 12 Steps as Clarence taught them (Friday & Saturday)
Price, including meals, $120.00 per person

(minimum of $50.00 deposit with reservation by February 20).
We are limited to the first 65 registrants. (A number of scholarships available, call for info).
Registration begins at 3:00 p.m. Friday. Dinner will be at 5:30 p.m., followed by our first meeting at 6:30 p.m. Remember to bring sleeping and personal items.

This retreat will be a wonderful opportunity to complete the first seven steps. It is also an opportunity to get experience sponsoring a new member of our fellowship.

We are looking forward to sharing this time of fellowship and the life changing experience with you.
For further information call 715-268-8450 or 651-353-1346

March 2015

Nine-Part Lecture Series at Transfiguration Lutheran Church
Based on the new book by Rev. Dr. John MacDougall
Being Sober and Becoming Happy

 

March 12, 2015 6:30 p.m. Free

Surrender and Trust

 

Transfiguration Lutheran Church
11000 France Avenue South (110th Street and France)
Bloomington, MN 55431
952.884.2364

WWW.TLCMN.COM

 

Rev. Dr. John MacDougall, one of the most respected voices in the field of addiction and recovery, presents a series of lectures beginning on January 8, 2015.

 

This series is appropriate for all people interested in learning how to apply the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous to daily life. No familiarity with addiction or recovery is required to attend.

 

All are welcome

Refreshments and optional discussion groups follow.

 

12 Step Spirituality

March 14, 2015

Steps 8 and 9: "Forgiveness Takes Work"

 

Each Session:

  • Centering Prayer Instruction
  • Two 20-Minute Sessions of Silence
  • Readings from the Big Book
  • Presenters Share Personal
  • Experiences
  • Teaching on 12 Step Spirituality and Impediments to It
  • Group Discussions

Cost:
A free-will offering of $10 per workshop to cover rent, snacks, printing and coffee is greatly appreciated

 

Location:
Colonial Church of Edina
Hearth Room
6200 Colonial Way
Edina, MN 55436

 

Directions:
Located north of Hwy 62 in Edina; From Hwy 62 take the Tracy Ave exit, turning north onto Tracy Ave. Take the 1st left (west) onto Colonial Way. Colonial Church is located on the left.

 

April 2015

Nine-Part Lecture Series at Transfiguration Lutheran Church
Based on the new book by Rev. Dr. John MacDougall
Being Sober and Becoming Happy

 

April 9, 2015 6:30 p.m. Free

Practice What Principles?

 

Transfiguration Lutheran Church
11000 France Avenue South (110th Street and France)
Bloomington, MN 55431
952.884.2364

WWW.TLCMN.COM

 

Rev. Dr. John MacDougall, one of the most respected voices in the field of addiction and recovery, presents a series of lectures beginning on January 8, 2015.

 

This series is appropriate for all people interested in learning how to apply the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous to daily life. No familiarity with addiction or recovery is required to attend.

 

All are welcome

Refreshments and optional discussion groups follow.

 

12 Step Spirituality

April 11, 2015

Guest Speaker Bob N. Step 10: "Emotional Sobriety"

 

Each Session:

  • Centering Prayer Instruction
  • Two 20-Minute Sessions of Silence
  • Readings from the Big Book
  • Presenters Share Personal
  • Experiences
  • Teaching on 12 Step Spirituality and Impediments to It
  • Group Discussions

Cost:
A free-will offering of $10 per workshop to cover rent, snacks, printing and coffee is greatly appreciated

 

Location:
Colonial Church of Edina
Hearth Room
6200 Colonial Way
Edina, MN 55436

 

Directions:
Located north of Hwy 62 in Edina; From Hwy 62 take the Tracy Ave exit, turning north onto Tracy Ave. Take the 1st left (west) onto Colonial Way. Colonial Church is located on the left.

 

May 2015

12 Step Spirituality

May 9, 2015

Step 11: "Pray All Ways"

 

Each Session:

  • Centering Prayer Instruction
  • Two 20-Minute Sessions of Silence
  • Readings from the Big Book
  • Presenters Share Personal
  • Experiences
  • Teaching on 12 Step Spirituality and Impediments to It
  • Group Discussions

Cost:
A free-will offering of $10 per workshop to cover rent, snacks, printing and coffee is greatly appreciated

 

Location:
Colonial Church of Edina
Hearth Room
6200 Colonial Way
Edina, MN 55436

 

Directions:
Located north of Hwy 62 in Edina; From Hwy 62 take the Tracy Ave exit, turning north onto Tracy Ave. Take the 1st left (west) onto Colonial Way. Colonial Church is located on the left.

 

Nine-Part Lecture Series at Transfiguration Lutheran Church
Based on the new book by Rev. Dr. John MacDougall
Being Sober and Becoming Happy

 

May 14, 2015 6:30 p.m. Free

Spiritual Recovery
from Trauma and Abuse

 

Transfiguration Lutheran Church
11000 France Avenue South (110th Street and France)
Bloomington, MN 55431
952.884.2364

WWW.TLCMN.COM

 

Rev. Dr. John MacDougall, one of the most respected voices in the field of addiction and recovery, presents a series of lectures beginning on January 8, 2015.

 

This series is appropriate for all people interested in learning how to apply the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous to daily life. No familiarity with addiction or recovery is required to attend.

 

All are welcome

Refreshments and optional discussion groups follow.

 

June 2015

Nine-Part Lecture Series at Transfiguration Lutheran Church
Based on the new book by Rev. Dr. John MacDougall
Being Sober and Becoming Happy

 

June 18, 2015 6:30 p.m. Free

Love and Romance

 

Transfiguration Lutheran Church
11000 France Avenue South (110th Street and France)
Bloomington, MN 55431
952.884.2364

WWW.TLCMN.COM

 

Rev. Dr. John MacDougall, one of the most respected voices in the field of addiction and recovery, presents a series of lectures beginning on January 8, 2015.

 

This series is appropriate for all people interested in learning how to apply the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous to daily life. No familiarity with addiction or recovery is required to attend.

 

All are welcome

Refreshments and optional discussion groups follow.

 

July 2015

Nine-Part Lecture Series at Transfiguration Lutheran Church
Based on the new book by Rev. Dr. John MacDougall
Being Sober and Becoming Happy

 

July 9, 2015 6:30 p.m. Free

Hope

 

Transfiguration Lutheran Church
11000 France Avenue South (110th Street and France)
Bloomington, MN 55431
952.884.2364

WWW.TLCMN.COM

 

Rev. Dr. John MacDougall, one of the most respected voices in the field of addiction and recovery, presents a series of lectures beginning on January 8, 2015.

 

This series is appropriate for all people interested in learning how to apply the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous to daily life. No familiarity with addiction or recovery is required to attend.

 

All are welcome

Refreshments and optional discussion groups follow.

 

August 2015

Nine-Part Lecture Series at Transfiguration Lutheran Church
Based on the new book by Rev. Dr. John MacDougall
Being Sober and Becoming Happy

 

August 13, 2015 6:30 p.m. Free

Finding Joy In Life

 

Transfiguration Lutheran Church
11000 France Avenue South (110th Street and France)
Bloomington, MN 55431
952.884.2364

WWW.TLCMN.COM

 

Rev. Dr. John MacDougall, one of the most respected voices in the field of addiction and recovery, presents a series of lectures beginning on January 8, 2015.

 

This series is appropriate for all people interested in learning how to apply the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous to daily life. No familiarity with addiction or recovery is required to attend.

 

All are welcome

Refreshments and optional discussion groups follow.

 

September 2015

Nine-Part Lecture Series at Transfiguration Lutheran Church
Based on the new book by Rev. Dr. John MacDougall
Being Sober and Becoming Happy

 

September 10, 2015 6:30 p.m. Free

Becoming Happy

 

Transfiguration Lutheran Church
11000 France Avenue South (110th Street and France)
Bloomington, MN 55431
952.884.2364

WWW.TLCMN.COM

 

Rev. Dr. John MacDougall, one of the most respected voices in the field of addiction and recovery, presents a series of lectures beginning on January 8, 2015.

 

This series is appropriate for all people interested in learning how to apply the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous to daily life. No familiarity with addiction or recovery is required to attend.

 

All are welcome

Refreshments and optional discussion groups follow.

 

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