A biblical path to healing, reconciliation and freedom. The reality is that we all experience brokenness in this life. We all have difficulties to overcome. Whether big or small, these destructive thoughts and habits prevent us from living the life we want and the life that God calls us to live.
We differentiate ourselves from the AA model. First of all, it would be terribly arrogant to claim that I know better than AA how to overcome addictions. Particularly in the area of chemical addictions, no program comes close to 12-step programs to free people. Even the most sophisticated clinical programs rely on the 12-step approach.
And in our ministry we recognize that with the release of pleasure-inducing chemicals in the brain that come with sexual stimulation, our addictions are not completely different from those of an alcohol or drug addict. Type above and press Enter to search. Physical abuse is the non-accidental use of force that results in bodily injury, pain, or disability. This includes, but is not limited to being hit, beaten, kicked, slapped, burned, cut, pulled hair, bruised, or improperly physically restrained.
Physical abuse can include the use of objects to inflict damage. Physical abuse isn't limited to children and can happen to adults of any age. Neglect is also considered an aspect of physical abuse. It can happen when a person neglects the physical well-being of their spouse or child.
This type of abuse often occurs when one adult cares for another, such as in the case of an adult child caring for one of his parents. A healing conference was held several years ago in a nearby state, and most of the Regeneration staff planned to attend.