Monday, July 4, 2011
The International Christian Recovery Coalition
The International Christian Recovery Coalition is an informal, international fellowship comprised of Christian leaders and workers in the recovery arena, together with Christians in recovery and others seeking the power and love of God as a means of recovering from the ravages of alcoholism, addictions, and other life-controlling problems.
Our Two-Part Mission Statement
"To glorify God by making known the roles played by God, His Son Jesus Christ, and the Bible in the astonishing 75% and 93% success rates (overall, and in Cleveland, respectively) early A.A. claimed among ‘seemingly-hopeless,’ ‘medically-incurable,’ ‘real’ alcoholics who really tried to follow the original recovery program developed by A.A. cofounders Bill W. and Dr. Bob in Akron, Ohio, beginning in the summer of 1935."
"To glorify God by helping Christian leaders and workers in the recovery arena substantially improve their effectiveness in reaching those who still suffer by including accurate information about the original, highly-successful Akron A.A. program, its principles and techniques, and its historical setting into their recovery efforts."