When addiction hits a family, it's damage can be severe. Just as a hurricane-force storm devastates a physical home, the "storm" of addiction can bring destruction to everyone involved. Christian Families in Recovery will help you take a deeper look at the nature of addiction and recovery from a Christ-centered perspective. By learning the tools of intervention, you can love the addict, but establish an environment that will not support the addiction. Not only that, the heart of God seeks to reconcile and restore, even if only one member participates in recovery. Gaining this perspective can inject hope rather than despair. If the addict is entering recovery, you can develop a step-by-step family recovery plan that will affirm and respect the needs of all members. Someone else's addiction doesn't have to control you. Instead, you can learn to live in the empowerment of God's method of redemption so you can help the addict and yourself.