Good Shepherd has several support groups available to help you in times of need.

Addiction Recovery
L.I.F.E. Recovery Support Groups (Sexual Addiction Recovery) L.I.F.E. Recovery International is a Christ-centered support group ministry whose mission is to encourage, empower, and equip God’s people to live every day in sexual integrity. The L.I.F.E. program uses workbooks, presentations, and a support group structure to those who want freedom from sexually compulsive behaviors such as pornography, unfaithfulness or sexual addiction. At Good Shepherd, there are two L.I.F.E. Recovery Support Groups:
  1. MEN who struggle with sexually compulsive behaviors.
  2. WOMEN who have a spouse struggling with sexually compulsive behaviors.
Both groups are a safe and confidential environment and offer a journey toward sobriety and healing. Meeting times and locations are not published.

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DivorceCare (Adults and Kids)
DivorceCare is a biblical, Christ-centered divorce support group ministry. Group members apply biblical principles as they heal from the hurt of separation and divorce. Using videos and workbooks, participants will discover how the gospel brings hope and restoration. DivorceCare for Kids (DC4K) is a program that complements the adult support group, helping single parents and their children find biblical, Christ-centered healing. Adult Registration for DivorceCare Child Registration for DivorceCare for Kids (DC4K)
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Grief Support
Living a New Normal: Widows Supporting Widows Do you know someone whose husband has passed away? Or perhaps you are walking this grief journey yourself and coming to grips with the idea of being a widow? Join a group of widows where support, encouragement and fellowship are as close as the person sitting next to you. Join us as we journey together to a new "normal." Meets the first Wednesday of every month.
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Mental Health Awareness Ministry
As a result of the 2016 Above and Beyond generosity initiative, a task force, including professional counselors, has established a mental health awareness ministry at Good Shepherd. Plans to raise awareness, educate and equip include:
  • A ministry model to reach families experiencing mental health issues
  • Possible small groups/support groups
  • Partnership with Stephen Ministry care/support
  • Project a safe, confidential place to get support
  • Training, including hosting National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) classes
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