Come as you are! We’re a weekly place to find others who understand your story, struggles, and desire for change. It’s for current and past escorts, strippers, webcam girls, porn stars, or any woman who has been prostituted or trafficked.
Questions? Contact Emily at 817-329-6921 or email@example.com.
Sex Addictions Anonymous (SAA) (MEN only)
A fellowship of men who share their experience, strength and hope with each other so they may overcome their sexual addiction and help others to recovery from sexual addiction or dependency. A 12-step recovery program.
Fridays at 7:00p in room 209.
Call or email for online or other in-person meetings.
DFW SAA Help line: 469-251-0423
Pure Desire Ministries began over 20 years ago as Dr. Ted Roberts recognized the pervasiveness of sexual struggle in the church. The pat answers of the past only gave men and women a message of “try harder” which kept them isolated in their sin and shame. He and a professional staff, developed a course that is Biblically sound, clinically based, and highly successful at creating lasting change.
The work begins with the award-winning Conquer Series. This 10 week course serves as an on-ramp for people in the church to understand the true nature of sexual addiction, and to seek healing in a grace-filled, redemptive way.
The program continues with The Seven Pillars of Freedom, a 29 lesson program designed to more fully explore the nature of addiction, the way God intends His people to fight against the powers that want to defeat us and what that freedom will look like.
This program does require a serious application of effort, a willingness to be vulnerable and open with your fellow classmates and a measure of dedication to allow the Holy Spirit turn you into the warrior that God intended.
Workbook materials can be purchased from www.puredesire.org ($50)
To register or for questions, please call Rob L at (817) 521-6031.
NarAnon family groups are 12 step programs to help in the personal recovery of those whose lives have become unmanageable due to a loved one’s addiction. It offers peace, healing and understanding. No registration is needed.
Saturday at 4:00 pm via Webex only
Tuesday at 6:30 pm in person & Webex
Contact Nar-Anon for the Webex online meeting information.
Learning as much as you can about the mourning process is one thing you can do for yourself when you are grieving. Upon registration, trained and empathetic mentors will walk with you on this journey and are dedicated to helping you with your specific needs. They will help you take a more in-depth look at grief and how it affects your life. You will be given the tools you need to process your grief so you can find peace and healing. This group meets for six weeks. Online registration ends on the start date of each seminar.
2023 Seminar dates: (click to register)
Call 817-765-8148 for more information.
Learning as much as you can about the mourning process is one thing you can do for yourself when you are grieving. Upon registration, trained and empathetic mentors will walk with you on this journey and are dedicated to helping you with your specific needs. They will help you take a more in-depth look at grief and how it affects your life. You will be given the tools you need to process your grief so you can find peace and healing.
This group meets every Tuesday from 7:00 – 8:30pm for six weeks.
Registration ends on the start date of each seminar.
2023 Seminar dates: (click to register
Call 817-765-8148 for more information.
Has your loved one been diagnosed with Dementia or Alzheimer’s disease? Do you provide the care and support they need on a daily or infrequent basis? This group provides education and support to YOU, the caregiver.
Meets monthly on the 3rd Sunday from 2:30 – 4:00pm in the Next Gen Room 270 at the NRH Campus. For more information, email the Counseling & Wellness office or call 817-765-8148.
This class will meet at the WFW campus Sunday afternoons from 2:00-4:00PM.
“Want Peace where there is no Peace?”
We help resolve conflict through free and confidential equipping, coaching, and mediation. We can help, even when the other party is not yet ready to resolve the conflict, by coaching you on how to deal with a difficult relationship or conflict.
We also work with individuals or groups who need a facilitator to help them process their relationships and conflict. Our goal is to be the support your need when relationships are stuck in recurring conflict. The team of trained conflict coaches and mediators are rooted in Christian principles and serve all Hills campuses.
If you want peace where there is no peace, contact the Conflict Resolution Center for your next steps. By appointment.
You are invited to register for one of the following equipping classes
The Hills Keller Campus at 8:30a – 12:00p.
Alcoholics Anonymous is an international fellowship of men and women who have had a drinking problem. It is nonprofessional, self-supporting, multiracial, apolitical, and available almost everywhere. There are no age or education requirements. Membership is open to anyone who wants to do something about his or her drinking problem.
This OPEN meeting is designed for speakers to bring a word of encouragement each week. Group meets in-person & online. Click for information on upcoming speakers and to access the online link.