Below we have compiled a list of resources that may be helpful to you in seeking help for yourself or others, as well as in your walk with Christ.

SUGGESTED READING – ARTICLES

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Are you offering the wrong kind of help to your loved ones?
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WHY NOT RAISE THE BOTTOM!

You’ve heard, “They have to ‘hit bottom’ before they will get help.”
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WHEN THEY DON’T WANT HELP

What can you do for your loved one.

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SUGGESTED READING – BOOKS

THE CROSS AND THE SWITCHBLADE: is the story of David Wilkerson’s first five years in New York City. It tells the unforgettable story of God’s tender mercy and love to New York City teenagers through David Wilkerson’s ministry and shows the beginnings of the ministry that would eventually be called Teen Challenge. You can buy on amazon.com

RUN BABY RUN: is the story of Nicky Cruz, one of David Wilkerson’s earliest converts. After years as a warlord in a vicious New York City gang, Nicky tells the dramatic testimony of his desperate battle against drugs, alcoholism and his violent environment. You can buy it on amazon.com

SUGGESTED WEBSITES

TEEN CHALLENGE USA: The Teen Challenge national office has many helpful resources as well as contact information and answers to many of the questions you may have about Teen Challenge. Visit them at: teenchallengeusa.com

iTEENCHALLENGE.ORG: Providing helpful information, tools, and resources to families with loved ones with alcohol, drug and other problems. iteenchallenge.org

FOCUS ON THE FAMILY: provides relevant Christian advice on marriage, parenting and other topics. Find practical resources for every age and lifestage. Visit them at: focusonthefamily.com

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A PASSIONATE HEART FOR GOD: Becky Tirabassi tells how she became a Christian after struggling with an alcohol addiction that nearly ruined her life.
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FACING TEMPTATION: Do your kids have access to drugs? They’re easier to get than you think. Glenn Williams, founder of Focus on the Family Australia, opens parents’ eyes to the availability of drugs and alcohol in schools and elsewhere.
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