Integrity Groups

Men’s Integrity Group

When: Tuesday nights from 6:30-8:30pm

Integrity Groups meet on a weekly basis to help men learn how to honor God with their bodies and develop Christian wisdom in order to live with integrity in our overly sexualized culture. These groups are focused on treatment and are intensive in nature and facilitated by a professional counselor. Our approach is to deal with the whole heart and life of a man which is not less than but certainly more than outward behaviors.

The main goal of the group is to create a safe place for men to be honest about their challenges and questions while engaged in an intentional and structured growth program. Weekly homework is required and the groups are confidential. To further understand some of the groups foundational concepts, read the book “Surfing for God” by Michael Cusick and view the movie “The Heart of Man” available on Netflix. If you are interested in learning more, please email [email protected] to be interviewed for participation in the group.

Women’s Integrity Group

When: Tuesday nights from 6:30-8:30pm

Integrity Groups meet on a weekly basis to support women who are struggling to deal with the trauma of a spouse’s betrayal through infidelity, pornography or addiction. This is a confidential recovery group that provides support for each woman as she walks through the denial, anger, loss, grief and self-condemnation resulting from sexual betrayal. Our focus is on each woman and her growth—not on the actions of their husbands.

The main goal of the group is to enable a woman to gain a deeper understanding of her identity as a child of God, and create a safe environment for her to process the pain she has experienced, and take steps to move forward. Weekly homework is required and the group is facilitated by a professional counselor. To further understand the groups foundational concepts, read the book “Your Sexually Addicted Spouse” by Steffens and Means; and “Shattered Vows” by Debra Laaser. If you are interested in learning more, please email [email protected] to be interviewed for participation in the group.

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