Recover more quickly through your conscious contact with God in your Prayer Steps to Serenity
Maintain your recovery with God's help by completing The Twelve Steps Journey Workbook
Experience the power of praying and applying every word of The Serenity Prayer to each of the 12 Steps
Pray through The Serenity Prayer with twelve new meditations in The Twelve Steps Journey
Grow spiritually and be prepared to lead recovery, support, prayer, and serenity groups using the Group Journey Guide
Gain free access to the many helpful resources provided through PrayerSteps.org.
Prayer Steps to Serenity is a "much-beloved handbook that deals explicitly with the Christian implications of 12-step recovery"-Graham Christian in Library Journal, May 1, 2006.
"The first edition of Prayer Steps to Serenity helped me find serenity and sobriety in a way only God could have directed. I was on the brink of destruction and this book helped me find my way back. The influence was overwhelming. I have also read the recent, expanded edition and use it to help maintain my serenity and sobriety. Prayer Steps is so powerful; it helped me tie my belief in God and Christianity to the Twelve Steps in a way that changed my life. Using this Twelve Step Journey along with my Faith, I have managed to return to sanity and keep my family and friends" -Recovering (anonymous).
Since 1975, L.G. Parkhurst, Jr. has helped people in AA and Al-Anon complete their Fifth Steps. He has published more than 30 prayer, self-help, and recovery books. He maintains the Serenity Groups website (SerenityGroups.org) and helps others begin and maintain Serenity Groups.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I was not big into devotional books, but this one is quite different from others and is refreshing, to say the least. The book is not just for people involved in 12 step programs either. It goes quite beyond that in that its principles are universal. I didn't realize how negative my thinking was until I got into the book. I not only recommend this book, I think it is necessary as a means of refocussing on God and as a supplement to Bible study.