What is re:generation?
We all experience brokenness in life. We are all in need of healing, recovery, and growth—regeneneration!
At re:gen, we believe that anyone can experience new life and freedom by working through steps of healing given to us by God through the Bible. All who are tired, broken, captive, or hurting are invited to come find new life in Jesus Christ.
re:gen is a 12-step life change ministry.
By working through these Christ-centered steps within an authentic community, people have found freedom from anger, anxiety, fear, depression, insecurity, obsessive thoughts, control tendencies, lack of personal boundaries, substance abuse, codependency, pornography, eating disorders, emotional/physical abuse, sexual sins, and many other personal struggles.
The entire re:generation process takes about a year. All participants begin in Groundwork Groups, which take about 3 months. After completion, participants move onto Step-Groups which takes 8 to 10 months. The Groundwork curriculum takes about 10 minutes per day while Step-Group curriculum takes about 30 minutes per day. Thirty minutes a day with God for one year working on your recovery can change your life.
We know that not everyone who comes to re:generation believes the Bible or in the God of the Bible. re:generation is a safe place for anyone to honestly process questions and doubts.
God loves you. He wants you to grow and has a plan for you. All are welcome.
Where does re:generation meet?
re:generation meets Monday evenings, 6:30-8:30 pm at the Lee’s Summit Campus at the Core Building, 400 SW Persels Rd, Lee's Summit, MO 64081.
Hear directly from others whose lives have been changed by re:gen.
Self-protection, pride, addiction to sex and pornography
Self-protection, control of core beliefs, anxiety, cynicism
Poem “Deliver Me”
Grief, shame, pride, self-protection, people-pleasing, control issues
Fear of submission, self-idolatry, self-protection, sex, drug and alcohol abuse
Substance abuse and major depressive disorder
Identity, self-protection, materialism, drug and alcohol abuse