In this video interview, Scott Reall discusses how toxic shame can lead to attachments and addictions, but he also shows that our recognition of this shame can bring freedom.
Scott Reall is the founder and executive director of Restore Small Groups. Restore started as 12-Step groups meeting local YMCAs. In 2015, Restore became its own non-profit that enables partners to launch Restore Small Groups in their own communities.
To learn more about Scott's story, click "Learn More" below. To discover how you can become involved in Restore Small Groups and their mission, click "Take Action."
Scott Reall tells about his journey from life controlling issues to starting Restore Small Group ministries.
Scott Reall is the founder and executive director of Restore Small Groups, a non-profit that works with partners to begin 12-Step programs in communities all over the world.
Learn about how to get involved with Restore Small Groups, founded by Scott Reall.
As you heard in Scott Reall's video interviews, Restore Small Groups is a non-profit dedicated to creating space for small groups of healing in local communities. Their mission is to invite anyone desiring positive life change into a supportive small group centered on the transforming grace of Jesus Christ.
If you would like to support Restore Small Groups financially, you can do so on their donation page.
Interested in joining a small group? Visit this page for more information.
Wanting to start your own group? Restore Small Groups is looking for partnerships with YMCAs, church, or other organizations. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about how to build a partnership.
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