Soar Above Life's Challenges
Let the Son's Light Penetrate Darkness
Would you like to experience victory in your daily life? Jesus said, “Come to Me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.” No problem is too big or too small for Him. We welcome you to experience the comfort and hope we have found in Jesus Christ. There is no charge to attend Overcomers groups.
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About Overcomers In Christ
Overcomers In Christ (O.I.C.) is a nondenominational, faith-based ministry that empowers people to overcome hurts, hang-ups and life-controlling habits. Our mission is to lead people to a life-transforming relationship with our Lord Jesus Christ. We provide recovery resources that are biblically sound and user friendly. We network with others to help them establish Christ-centered Overcomers groups where people can experience God?s love and truth.
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The most effective recovery program I’ve ever worked with is Overcomers In ChristAlan Wood
A year ago, I met a church friend who, with her husband, was leading an Overcomers group. I didn’t need to overcome drugs or alcohol again, but I wanted to go deeper in my relationship with God. As I work through the Overcomers Handbook, I’m seeing God in a different light. I’m learning healthy relationships, healthy boundaries and what to do when my boat starts rocking. I would not have grown like I have without Overcomers In Christ.Doris Minchow
It is awesome how in the group setting with the handbook, we can examine the word of God and apply it to vital areas of our lives. This ministry has done more in my spiritual life in a few months than I have experienced in years. Thank you Lord for your victory.Rick Rodriguez
"If the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed."John 8:36
From the Overcomers Blog
Before I went sober, I worked a job where they wanted me to stock alcohol several times a week. I saw many different alcohols and always thought how much I wanted to try this one and that one. I’m not kidding you, it was helping feed my addiction.
I was friends with people who invited me to go to places with them and drink. I willingly gave myself permission to drink when I was with those people and at those places. I fed my addiction by the influence of others and the places I went