• Dave Ramsey's FINANCIAL PEACE UNIVERSITY -June 24 @ 6:00pm

    CLASS on FINANCIAL FREEDOM

    PREVIEW set for June 19 @5:30pm & June 22 @ 2:00pm,

    Location: 2112 Inwood Dr, Fort Wayne, IN 46815

  • What is Living Free Recovery

    LIVING FREE RECOVERY is a ministry of CONNECTION POINTS INC. and provides hope, help, and healing to Individuals, Churches, and Communities

    Ministry To Communities

    Outreach strategy to impact the entire community

    A small group strategy for impacting the entire community by assisting other churches and individuals in the community in ministering to people with life controlling problems. This often starts with individuals in the legal system and their families that live in the community. And since life controlling problems impact more than just one individual or one family, there is a great need for ministry to the entire community. For information on how to minister to your community or to schedule a training at your church please email us at: info@connectionpoints.org. or call 260.209.4596.

    Ministry To Churches

    Workshops and Seminars

    Workshops available on: Addiction, Assimilation, Discipleship, Leadership, Small Groups, Substance Abuse, and how to help people with Life Controlling Problems.

    For information on each of these workshops or to schedule a workshop in your church please email us at: info@connectionpoints.org. or call 260.209.4596.

    Ministry To Individuals

    Non-residential groups and individual counseling

    Living Free is a group strategy that has helped over 800,000 people learn to face life's struggles and move toward freedom and wholeness in Christ. At church and work, people are smiling outside but hurting on the inside. They keep up appearances, but something has its hooks in them and threatens to take them under: Addiction, Depression, Anxiety, Anger, Broken Relationships, Care giving Responsibilities,Eating Disorders, Money Problems, Compulsive Sex, or some other life controlling problems.

     

    See how this group strategy works, hear some powerful stories of changed lives, and check out proven resources and tools. For information on how to minister to people with life controlling problems or to schedule a training in your church please email us at: info@connectionpoints.org. or call 260.209.4596.

     

    The following video is from a Adult & Teen Challenge Graduate. The Transformation Center of Allen County Indiana is patterned after the Adult & Teen Challenge Centers around the world.

     

    The second video is what SAMSHA is saying about Adult & Teen Challenge residential treatment for those who are addicted.

  • Living Free Testimonies

    Information about Living Free

    Living Free Recovery

    Dealing with "life controlling problems.'"

    For More Info Contact:

    Living Free Recovery at info@connectionpoints.org

    Testimony from Kentucky

    Paducah Lifeline Ministries is is a faith based ministry affiliated with Living Free and consisting of a board of directors, staff and volunteers who are passionate about helping men and women overcome their struggle with drug and alcohol addiction. We help them discover how, through the power of Christ, they can learn to identify and conquer the powers that have driven them in to destructive lifestyles.

    For More Info Contact:

    Living Free Recovery at info@connectionpoints.org

    EXTREME INTERVENTION PROGRAM

    Living Free Recovery utilizes The EXTREME INTERVENTION founder, Selepri Amachre to help the "hard-core" addict to realize the options that are available. Selepri spends time with the the participant, walk with them through the court process (if necessary), explains things to the family, and can place them into a residential as needed. The process works!

     

    Testimonial Video:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vkdb0v3bd5E

  • INDIVIDUAL SESSIONS & GROUPS

    LIVING FREE RECOVERY

    A non-residential rehabilitation program

    HELP FOR THE HURTING

    Living Free Recovery is a non-residential rehabilitation program for Addicts and other people with life controlling issues and problems.

    Individual Sessions and Connection groups meet throughout the week providing help for those who are hurting and pastoral counsel for their loved ones.

    Fort Wayne

    Location

    The following Individual Sessions and groups meet at the Fort Wayne, Indiana Office: 2118 Inwood Dr. Suite 120, Fort Wayne IN.

     

    If you are unable to register online, please contact our office at: 260.209.4596

     

    Once you have submitted your registration, you will be placed on the group roster that you requested. At the first group you will be asked for the registration fee, receive a Workbook, and be oriented into the group.

    "INDIVIDUAL COUNSELING SESSIONS"

    by appointment at

    2118 Inwood Dr Suite 120, Fort Wayne

    People in need or who are seeking counsel begin by setting up an Orientation/Intake session. This is a "get acquainted" meeting where things can be discussed and assignment of Assessments are made. Then individual sessions are set up to assist in working through any life controlling problem. Counseling is by Appointment, through a clinician.

    Who should attend:

    People that need and seek more structure in their lives and who want to obtain freedom from their "life controlling problem."

    "GRIEF & LOSS"

    Handling Loss & Grief

    Begins: Tuesday December 4, 2018

    Ends: Tuesday March 5, 2019

    6:00pm - 7:30pm

     

     

     
    Who should attend: People that are facing fear and trying to work through loss and grief, people who have completed INSIGHT and other Living Free Recovery groups.

    "IDENTITY"

    Seeing Yourself In God's Image

    Begins: Tuesday December 4, 2018

    Ends: Tuesday March 5, 2019

    6:00pm - 7:00pm

     

    Written by a counselor with experience helping those with eating disorders, this study is born from her own struggles in adolescence. The group challenges members to find their identity in Christ as they overcome this difficult struggle. This guide offers understanding of distorted body image, denial, and the family systems influence. It also explains how to break free of social pressures and how to restore the temple and tie the recovery process together.

    A companion booklet Seeing Your Loved One in God's Image, can be used as a quick reference guide dealing with issues associated with eating disorder.

     
    Who should attend: People that struggle with "who they are in Christ." People that need to break free of social pressures, and people that want to learn how the recovery process ties in with who people are in Christ.

    "ANGER"

    Best way to handle anger.

    Next Semester

    6:00pm - 7:30pm

     

    Few of us have been taught to live with our feelings. We have been taught to think, but feelings often overwhelm and master the Christian.

    This study offers a clear explanation of anger, what causes it, and how to recognize when you are sinning with anger. This not only ministers to church members but serves as a powerful evangelistic tool. Some of the content covered includes:

    • Beginning steps in managing anger.
    • Methods to help you control anger in your relationships.
    • Ten steps for preventing anger's control in your life.

     
    Who should attend: People that are angry and want to understand how to properly handle this emotion. People that are court ordered to anger management. People that need support and grief recovery groups, substance abuse groups, help with their marriage, men, adolescents and prison study groups.

    "PLUGGED IN"

    FOR THE IN BETWEEN

    Begins:

    Ends:

    7:00pm - 8:00pm

     

    The purpose of this "Plugged In" group is to provide a group for those who need to get "plugged in" to a group prior to new groups forming. It is a group for those who are in between group semesters.

     
    Who should attend: People that need to attend a group but cannot start in a group that has been meeting. People that need to get connected prior to starting a regular group.

    WEDNESDAY NIGHT GROUPS

     

    "INSIGHT"

     

    Building Character through II Peter 1

    6:00pm - 7:30pm

     

    This group is the Core group and required in order to graduate from the Intensive Recovery Program. It is often the first in a series that people attend. The group studies "character" issues, how to develop character, and helps participants understand how character or lack of it impacts their lives.

     

    Who should attend: Anyone with "life controlling problems to gain insight from their past and assist them in character development, self awareness, and spiritual awareness in order to make better decisions.

     

    "MRT"

    Open Group
    Wednesday:

    6:00pm - 7:30pm

     

    Moral Recognation Therapy

    Moral Recognation Therapy assist people in integrating their belief system with their values in order for them to make better decisions. "How To Escape Your Prison" is the MRT Workbook that is utilized. All MRT classes are facilitated by Certified Clinicians.

    Who should attend: People that need and seek more structure in their lives and who desire to make effective decisions while obtaining freedom from their "life controlling problem."

    "RECOVERY THROUGH R.E.S.P.E.C.T."

    Continues: Wednesday January 9, 2019

    This is ongoing for those in Substance Abuse Class

    Wednesdays 7:30pm - 8:30pm

    Recovery Through Respect addresses issues of addiction and substance abuse while developing a recovery program that impacts the whole person-body, mind, and spirit. Recovery Through Respect is intended for people and groups of people that deal with addiction, but can also benefit those with personality and behavioral disorders. This program is intended to be at least 16 weeks in length but can be utilized for as much as up to one (1) year. It is also advisable to have a family member or a person from the client’s network present at one or two of these meetings throughout the year. Family members may want to attend our "Concerned Persons" group to learn how to assist their loved one in overcoming their "life controlling" problem

     

    Who should attend:

    Who should attend: People that have been court ordered for Substance Abuse/Addiction education/counseling, those who are desiring to make better choices in life, and people that have any type of addiction or drug abuse problem.

    "Theft Intervention Seminar"

    One Day class

    Time: TBD

     

    There are 6 exercises completed in 8 group hours. The participants complete written material and share their responses with the group. The group is closed. Participants read each exercise and complete the written material before group and then present their work to the group. This program directly confronts and exposes the thinking and behaviors underlying shoplifting and is directly targeted to shoplifters who are placed on probation, diversion programs, or ordered to undergo a shoplifting treatment program.The group is lead by MRT Certified Clinicians.

    Who should attend:

     
    Who should attend: People that have been assigned by the court or who will be court ordered to attend a Theft Intervention program. People that shoplift/
  • FACILITATOR TRAINING TICKETS

    Click the Link below to order your ticket for the Facilitator Training on January 12, 2019

  • COLUMBIA CITY OFFICE

    Groups and Individual Sessions

    The following Individual Sessions and groups meet at the Fort Wayne, Indiana Office: 201 Towerview, Columbia City 260.209.4596

     

    Who should attend:

    People that need and seek more structure in their lives and who want to obtain freedom from their "life controlling problem."

    "INDIVIDUAL COUNSELING SESSIONS"

    By Appointment at

    201 Towerview Columbia City Office

    People in need or who are seeking counsel begin by setting up an Orientation session. This is a "get acquainted" meeting where things can be discussed and assignment of Assessments are made. Then individual sessions are set up to assist in working through any life controlling problem. Counseling is by Appointment, through a clinician with a Licensed Clinician.

    Who should attend:

    People that need and seek more structure in their lives and who want to obtain freedom from their "life controlling problem."

    SATURDAY NIGHT GROUP

    THE FOLLOWING GROUP IS A CLOSED GROUP

    6:00pm -7:15pm

     

    COUPLES IN ADDICTION

    This group will address things that are related to couples that have a spouse that is in recovery from an addiction.

    SUNDAY AFTERNOON GROUP

     

    PEACEMAKING

    "Conflict Resolution"

     

    This group study helps us understand conflict and our response to it. It also helps to see conflict as an opportunity to glorify God.

    This study contains methods of self-examination; it includes suggestions about when and how to confront someone. This study offers a biblical approach to negotiating and dealing with unreasonable people.

    The sections included are:

    • Conflict Provides Opportunities
    • Live at Peace
    • Trust in the Lord and Do Good
    • Is this Really Worth Fighting Over?
    • Conflicts Starts in the Heart
    • Confession Brings Freedom
    • Just Between the Two of You
    • Speak the Truth in Love
    • Take One or Two Others Along
    • Forgive as God Forgave You
    • Look Also to the Interests of Others
    • Overcome Evil with Good

     

    SUNDAY AFTERNOON GROUP

    Interested please call: 260.209.4596

     

    UNDERSTANDING DEPRESSION

    Overcoming Despair Through Christ

     

    This group will address things that are related to couples that have a spouse that is in recovery from an addiction.

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    JULY 20, 2019 in Paulding, Ohio

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  • Addressing how to help people with

    Opioid,Drug, Alcohol & Other

    Life Controlling Problems

    FACILITATOR TRAINING

    Saturday July 20, 2019

    Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall

    114 W Caroline St., Paulding OH 45879

    Saturday 8:30am - 4:30pm

    You may register below by purchasing a TICKET to this event.

    You must purchase your ticket prior to July 18, 2019

  • XTREME INTERVENTIONIST PROJECT

    When hope seems non-existent..... Our Interventionist can help!

    DRUG INTERVENTIONIST

    The ministry of Selepri Amachre

    Selepri Amachree is an interventionist and Christian recording artist.

     

    12 years of cocaine/crack & Opiates addiction had taken its toll on his life. After 2 trips to prison in Illinois, Selepri found himself detained in federal custody facing deportation from the United States for drug charges that he had served prison time for. “Jesus met me right where I was” he shares in his testimony, “He said I had a Hope and a Future”. After graduating from Teen Challenge (An Adult & Teen rehabilitation center) in August of 2002. Selepri went on to take an administrative position with Youth Challenge in Virginia.

     

    For the last 8 years Selepri has been travelling around the country sharing his story and intervening in the lives of addicts for the Xtreme Intervention Project, a ministry he founded and directs!!

     

    Selepri has been interviewed on the Christian Television Network and His story was published (twice) nationwide in the Pentecostal Evangel Magazine. Selepri says, “I haven’t gotten to where I am because of the MANY I’VE LED out of darkness, but because of the ONE I’VE FOLLOWED into the Light”.

     

    Selepri and Living Free Recovery will assist the TRANSFORMATION CENTER of Indiana by helping individuals our of their addiction and helping families to understand their role in recovery. The ultimate goal of intervention is hope, help, and healing to individuals and families.

     

    If you know of someone with an addiction and needs help to get through it contact Living Free Recovery and ask for The Interventionist!

    Transformation Center will assist people in dealing with their life controlling problems such as: Substance Abuse, Anger, Relationships, Grief & Loss by providing an effective residential program.

    Click on the picture for a PRESENTATION of The Transformation Center

    OUR MISSION is serving the community by partnering with them to bring, hope, help, and healing in order to provide a healthy future to individuals dealing with life controlling problems.

  • INTERVENTIONIST

    Do you have a friend or family member that needs help and does not know it....

    Get in Touch with Selepri!

    Complete the following and Selepri will get in touch with you.

    The voicemail ended with a mother’s heart-wrenching plea, “I want to save my son.”

    That is often how it starts for Selepri Amachree. He gets heart-breaking calls weekly from family members or friends who don’t know where to turn for help as they watch someone slide deeper into addiction. They call Amachree because they have heard success stories from the Xtreme Intervention Project. Xtreme Intervention Project is Amachree’s faith-based program to help people with addiction. It is a program he has developed himself that has grown through word-of-mouth. The curriculum developed by Amachree is based on the relationships he builds with the individuals he helps. He said he doesn’t use a “cookie-cutter” approach.

    After he is contacted by someone seeking help (usually for a family member or friend), he meets with those seeking help and determines if he can help and what the best approach would be. Amachree looks for sponsors to cover the costs of the intervention. That could include travel expenses and costs of enrollment in a treatment program. The next step is to meet with the student. Sometimes those encounters can be dramatic. The person may not know who Amachree is or why he is making contact. Building a relationship is important, Amachree said there is an emotional investment. He can often rely on his own experiences to help build connections. Amachree was an addict for a decade and was incarcerated. That can help him bridge credibility gaps.

    Amachree went through the Teen Challenge program and then graduated from the Teen Challenge Leadership Institute and the David Wilkerson Training Center. He earned training and certifications in counseling through those programs as well as the University of Phoenix. He eventually became the administrative director of the Youth Challenge Center in Newport News, Virginia. He said God has guided him to his current place in life.

    One woman asked him to help her son and Amachree was moved by her story. It became the first person he helped and led to the career he has now which focuses on helping people on a one-to-one basis with the curriculum he developed. He said Xtreme Intervention students get to know him, get to know themselves, get to know their problem and get to know the solution.

    He typically gets the person enrolled in a treatment program away from the place they developed an addiction, because Amachree said the person’s addictive behavior is often closely associated with a location. After 10 years of running Xtreme Intervention, Amachree has a wide network. He has worked with police agencies and courts, treatment programs, counselors, attorneys, churches and families throughout the United States. He has references from a wide variety of people both in and out of Wisconsin. Because his program is relationship based, he has stayed in touch with some of his students and many also work as counselors or volunteers in treatment programs. Amachree urges people to “reach out for help.” He said people with addiction and their families can’t overcome the problems on their own. “The closer you are to the individual, the harder it’s going to be,” he said. He said people shouldn’t take addictive behavior personally and should talk about what is possible instead of what is wrong.

  • Transformation Center

    A residential rehabilitation center for people with "life controlling" problems!
    Click on the picture below to see more about this important center

    Transformation Center Fort Wayne

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  • FAITH-BASED MINISTRY

    Helping people to receive Hope, find Help, and become Healed!

    LIVING FREE RECOVERY

    Ministry to People with Life Controlling Problems

    Living Free Recovery is about helping individuals, family members, and friends cope with: Addictions, Anxiety, Anger, Broken Relationships, Care-giving Responsibilities, Depression, Eating Disorders, Money Problems, and Substance Abuse. Living Free is a world-wide ministry that is based upon a small group strategy that has helped over 800,000 people learn to cope and face life's struggles, then move toward freedom and wholeness in Christ.

     

    Living Free Recovery is an outreach ministry of Connection Points Inc. a 501 c 3 Non-profit ministry that provides consulting and counsel to churches on Assimilation, Discipleship, Leadership, and Small Groups.

    YOUR DONATION WILL PROVIDE HOPE TO THE HOPELESS

    Your financial gift will help to minister to people with

    "life controlling Problems!"

    Living Free Recovery is an outreach ministry of Connection Points Inc. (a registered 501 (c) 3 non profit organization). Our funding comes from gifts, group registrations, and donations from people like you. Help us help others! click below or send your tax deductible donation to:

    Connection Points Ministry, 2112 Inwood Dr., Fort Wayne, Indiana, 46815

  • LIVING FREE RECOVERY

    Living Free Recovery is an outreach ministry of Connection Points Inc. (a registered (501 (c) 3) non for profit.) If you would like to donate to the ministry and help us touch the lives of people with "life controlling problems," click on the "Donate" button below.... Thank you for helping us help others!