Christians Against Drunk Driving

12 Steps to Recovery
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STEP ONE- We admit we are powerless over the past that our lives have become unmanageable.
STEP TWO- Believe God restores us to wholeness that his power brings healing in our lives.
STEP THREE- Make a decision to turn our will and our lives to the care of God, realizing we have not always understood his unconditional love.
STEP FOUR- Make a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves.
STEP FIVE- Admit to God, to ourselves and to another human being the exact nature of the wrongs in our lives.
STEP SIX- We are ready for him to change all these defects of character and we accept God's cleansing.
STEP SEVEN- We humbly pray for God to remove our fear, shortcomings, and our guilt.
STEP EIGHT- Make a list of all persons we have harmed or who have harmed us and become willing to make amends.
STEP NINE- Make direct amends, asking forgiveness from those people we have harmed, except when to do so would injure them or others. 
STEP TEN- Accept personal inventory as new issues arise and when we are wrong promptly admit it.
STEP ELEVEN- Seek God and his will for us through prayer and meditation to improve our understanding of his character.
STEP TWELVE- With these steps we have a spiritual awakening and therefore we try to share his message of hope with others.