The idea of the Religious Recovery program came as the seed of an idea. Initially the concept was Religion Anonymous which certainly has a clear idea of what we were about, namely, helping people heal from the addictive nature of religion. But, as the seed was watered, the idea transformed from Religion Anonymous to Religious Recovery. The growth came slow in the first year, but we believed in the seed. One tiny concept. One idea planted firmly in the soil of our hearts.
Some of the ideas presented in the program may be difficult for some to accept. That’s okay. We knew from the start we were treading on “holy” ground. We don’t expect everyone to accept without question the ideas presented by Religious Recovery. We do, however, want to plant some seeds and see if they grow.
We also encourage people to plant their own seeds. We’re convinced we’re not the only ones in the world who question religious beliefs and motives. We’ve met enough people who agree with our concepts to know we are not alone.
We also encourage people to look for seeds that come from within. That’s how we started, and how many great endeavors come into existence. Listen to the inner voice and fall in step with its cadence. Seeds will grow, and you’ll be amazed at the beautiful life that blossom.
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Our purpose is to help individuals to heal who have been injured by religion or the religious. We welcome your comments and questions.