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No matter which way I turn, I can’t make myself do right: I want to do what is right, but I can’t. I want to do what is good, but I don’t. I don’t want to do what is wrong, but I do it anyway. —Romans 7:18-19

As any person in recovery could tell you, the process can be frustrating. Reflection, writing, and prayer often play a huge part in helping people toward recovery, but blank pages in a journal can sometimes be intimidating rather than therapeutic.

So The Life Recovery Journal has been carefully designed for all of us whose lives have been touched in some way by addiction or compulsive behaviors. The journal includes these helpful features:
  • Prompts to jump-start your writing
  • Inspirational quotes from Scripture
  • Questions to guide reflection on your journey toward recovery
  • Thoughtful prayers
This journal has been created to guide you through the recovery process and to focus on the development of your heart, soul, mind, and strength. All of the questions and quotations have been selected to help you write open-ended, honest reflections, to reinforce what you’re learning, and to give insight into recovering as a whole person.

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6 x 9 in.

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Inspired by the best-selling Life Recovery Bible, The Life Recovery Journal provides users with a vehicle for sorting through, internalizing, and documenting their journey towards recovery via 52 guided entries, based on the Twelve Steps. The journal offers readers two different approaches to the material (seasonal and monthly), both of which are complemented by the following: Introductory readings based on information found in the Life Recovery Bible and Workbook, specially-selected Scripture verses, questions for personal reflection, sidebar prompts, and prayer starters. The Life Recovery Journal asks open-ended, thought provoking questions to encourage introspective responses. It encourages the active integration of the Bible and the Twelve Steps into daily life. It provides helpful writing prompts to encourage deeper thinking. The open format provides participants with plenty of journaling space, as well as room for notes and Bible references.