• General
    • Addictions: A banquet in the grave, Ed Welch
       
    • Addictive Behavior, Edward T. Welch and Gary Shogrem
       
    • Controlling your drinking, Miller & Muñoz
       
    • Alcoholism and Codependency, A. De Jong
       
    • The Selfish Brain: Learning from Addiction, Robert DuPont
       
    • Dying for a Drink, Spickard, A. & Thompson, B.R
       
    • God is for the Alcoholic, Jerry G. Dunn and Bernard Alvin Palmer
       
    • Good News for the Chemically Dependent and Those Who Love Them, Jeff Vanvonderan
       
    • Healing Life’s Hidden Addictions, Dr. Archibald Hart
       
    • I’ll Quit Tomorrow, Vernon E. Johnson
       
    • Under the Influence, James R. Milan & Katherine Ketcham
       
  • Web Resources
  • Study Center Resources
    • The Next Life & Its Implications for this Life #4, Gary DeLashmutt with testimony by Joey Mullen (t07523)
    • Communication Keys, Norman Wright
    • Drugs & Drug Abuse, Ralph Ankenman (t00606-t00608)
    • John 12: Brokenness, James Brown (t07862)
    • Social Issues-A Spiritual Perspective III: The Family, Dennis McCallum (t05021)
  • Movies
    • 28 Days, Sandra Bullock (2000)
    • Clean and Sober, Michael Keaton (1988)
    • Days of Wine & Roses, Jack Lemmon (1962)
    • When a Man Loves a Woman, Andy Garcia, Meg Ryan (1994)
  • Support groups
    • Hope Ministry (alcohol and drug addiction; a ministry of XCF)
      Hope ministry is a Christ-centered recovery group whose goal is to reach persons who struggle with alcohol and / or drug addiction. We believe that healing from addiction comes from having a personal relationship with Jesus Christ that is lived out in a vibrant community of Christians who care about one another and keep one another accountable. While many of the Hope Ministry members are, or have been, involved in 12-step recovery, Hope is not a 12-step meeting. Instead we focus on the truth that God who created us says is true about us. We believe that our identity, far from centered on the addiction that has controlled our life, is centered on the new identity that God gives us when we meet Him personally through His Son Jesus Christ. For more information, call Rob Nugen 614-823-6510, ext. 1722
    • Never Alone (substance abuse recovery; a ministry of XCF)
      This ministry is to help substance abusers discover and experience the hope for change that God offers. Our mission is to help people gain a biblical footing for recovery through Bible study, prayer, sharing experiences, and building relationships with people who can help through the change. We also want to help people find long term success through spiritual growth and loving others. For information, please call (614) 823-6510 x 1723
    • Alcoholics Anonymous
    • Al-Anon 
      Support for partners & families of the addicted