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Dealing with the physical aspect of the long-term recovery process. We will initiate physical activity (weights & calisthenics) & exercise programs; this portion of the training will be combined with a healthy balanced menu for all residents. 

     Scheduled sleep time, quiet time & relaxation training, are essential for reprograming the body & preparing the individual for physical activity in his or her new life. Dealing with the discipline of the body will be one of the first parts of the program but will continue throughout all phases & prayerfully will continue through their newfound life. Setting goals for our bodies will give us the ability to overcome obstacles that we & others can see.             Confidence in our temple will give us the motivation to become better disciples in the Kingdom. We will have certified nutritionists, guess speakers & trainers to help inspire & motivate all residents & staff in this Redeemed walk of long-term recovery in Christ. The body also houses the brain.

     We understand that the complexity of chemical imbalances & trauma induce issues are real. Cooking, cleaning, hygiene, self-esteem exercises throughout this phase are paramount.  The main purpose of this is to instill new hope in the residents. As they see their bodies change we will bring people of interest that are happily walking this long-term recovery lifestyle.         Speakers to inspire this Hope in Christ Jesus. The body is designed to heal as well as be whole & our staff is waiting to help each resident reach this in their physical state of mind. Everything is permissible but not everything is beneficial for the body so even with medication being administered we guide the resident to a healthy coping adjustment where the brain & body can co-exist with little to no medications.

     We will not promote the lie, once an addict always an addict. We will present new creations as they are meant to be.

Reference: I beseech you therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, that you present your bodies a living sacrifice, Holy, acceptable unto God, which is your reasonable service. (Romans 12:1)


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