WARRIOR MEN

The Warrior movement at Venture calls Christian men to the highest standards of moral conduct. It is structured so that a man can come as he is, regardless of lifestyle status. The group is an action corps, teamed to fight Satan, wickedness, and personal temptations. The Warriors come along-side men that are not experiencing the best that God has to offer them, like those struggling with pornography, addiction, and marital issues, etc., and grow in important aspects of manhood including sexuality and accountability.

If you’re interested in being a part of this safe and confidential group, please email us at warriormen@venture.cc »


More Church Programs:

Higher Power
Recovery:

Workshops

Steps of Faith – this biblically oriented 12 Step curriculum is available for individual study or small group process. To order contact Ricky Wade at rwade@cpc.org

Faithful and True/SALT – this small group workshop explores the root causes of men’s sexual battles and encourages the development of more Christ-honoring attitudes and behaviors. For more information contact Sebastian at srjkdc6@msn.com or 650 872.2812.

A Safe Place – “A Safe Place” is a ministry for women who fear they may have a problem with alcohol, and for those already in the process of recovery. It is an opportunity for women to begin the process of healing from the shame and bondage related with alcohol issues, in a confidential setting. Through God’s Word and the 12 steps for Christians, we will work together, share together, and pray for each other,” as we work toward “living in the solution”, God’s way. We meet every Monday evening from 7-8:30pm at 678 Barneson Avenue in San Mateo. Please contact Ronda at 650-520-8390 for more information.

Central Peninsula Church: Higher Power Recovery


    

More Church Programs:

Higher Power
Recovery:

Workshops

Steps of Faith – this biblically oriented 12 Step curriculum is available for individual study or small group process. To order contact Ricky Wade at rwade@cpc.org

Faithful and True/SALT – this small group workshop explores the root causes of men’s sexual battles and encourages the development of more Christ-honoring attitudes and behaviors. For more information contact Sebastian at srjkdc6@msn.com or 650 872.2812.

A Safe Place – “A Safe Place” is a ministry for women who fear they may have a problem with alcohol, and for those already in the process of recovery. It is an opportunity for women to begin the process of healing from the shame and bondage related with alcohol issues, in a confidential setting. Through God’s Word and the 12 steps for Christians, we will work together, share together, and pray for each other,” as we work toward “living in the solution”, God’s way. We meet every Monday evening from 7-8:30pm at 678 Barneson Avenue in San Mateo. Please contact Ronda at 650-520-8390 for more information.

Central Peninsula Church: Higher Power Recovery


    

More Church Programs:

Higher Power
Recovery:

Workshops

Steps of Faith – this biblically oriented 12 Step curriculum is available for individual study or small group process. To order contact Ricky Wade at rwade@cpc.org

Faithful and True/SALT – this small group workshop explores the root causes of men’s sexual battles and encourages the development of more Christ-honoring attitudes and behaviors. For more information contact Sebastian at srjkdc6@msn.com or 650 872.2812.

A Safe Place – “A Safe Place” is a ministry for women who fear they may have a problem with alcohol, and for those already in the process of recovery. It is an opportunity for women to begin the process of healing from the shame and bondage related with alcohol issues, in a confidential setting. Through God’s Word and the 12 steps for Christians, we will work together, share together, and pray for each other,” as we work toward “living in the solution”, God’s way. We meet every Monday evening from 7-8:30pm at 678 Barneson Avenue in San Mateo. Please contact Ronda at 650-520-8390 for more information.

Central Peninsula Church: Higher Power Recovery


    

More Church Programs:

Higher Power
Recovery:

Workshops

Steps of Faith – this biblically oriented 12 Step curriculum is available for individual study or small group process. To order contact Ricky Wade at rwade@cpc.org

Faithful and True/SALT – this small group workshop explores the root causes of men’s sexual battles and encourages the development of more Christ-honoring attitudes and behaviors. For more information contact Sebastian at srjkdc6@msn.com or 650 872.2812.

A Safe Place – “A Safe Place” is a ministry for women who fear they may have a problem with alcohol, and for those already in the process of recovery. It is an opportunity for women to begin the process of healing from the shame and bondage related with alcohol issues, in a confidential setting. Through God’s Word and the 12 steps for Christians, we will work together, share together, and pray for each other,” as we work toward “living in the solution”, God’s way. We meet every Monday evening from 7-8:30pm at 678 Barneson Avenue in San Mateo. Please contact Ronda at 650-520-8390 for more information.

Central Peninsula Church: Higher Power Recovery


    

JOURNEY WOMEN

Journey is a community of women who have all experienced betrayal and loss as a result of their spouses’ struggle with life-dominating sexual sin. Journey Women have an opportunity to grieve with others who identify with their pain, and begin to break free from harmful and distorted patterns of thinking.

Learn how to set boundaries that guard your heart, thoughts, and behaviors, and allow God to use authentic relationships to heal and transform you from the inside out. Journey's core curriculum addresses relevant issues helping women reconnect with God in a daily devotion. Journey is about relationships with God and other believers who help women walk through this life with grace and truth, no matter what choices their spouses may make along the way.

We look forward to getting to know you and walking with you on your journey. To find out more or to join the group, email u s at journeyvcc@gmail.com »