The Breaking the Chains Seminar
This Is What You Get
- Each online video session includes Frequently Asked Questions and a Student Testimony in addition to the teaching.
- Click here to watch up to 18 sample video clips from each session (FAQ's & Testimonials are the full versions).
- Included as a Free Download
(Click here to open an extensive sample of the workbook in a new tab. Click the down arrow to view the PDF in a realistic two-page view).
- Clear, Detailed Instructions.
- Includes 6 Quizzes for each session.
- Includes an Exercises section in each session for introspective reflection.
- Includes a Road Map, a tool to help you resolve residual issues and rebuild for the future.
Exchange a minimum of one email per session with Paul to ask questions and discuss your progress. If deemed necessary, Paul may also suggest phone contact.
Someone to walk through the seminar with you will increase your success rate 56%. They get a manual to help them do that.
Once you sign up, you'll have access to all the seminar resources forever, including the videos.
Originally $57, you can now take this seminar for only $25.
My Commitment To You
Decades ago, I began an intensive journey into the study of addictions. When you consider the innumerable approaches to addiction today from the medical, psychological, and sociological disciplines, it doesn’t take long to realize that this subject is enormously expansive, complex, and overwhelming.
As someone who once knew the addiction experience, none of these models resonated with my soul. I could not come to grips with the idea that I was an addict with a disease over which I was powerless.
As a redeemed follower of the resurrected Christ, the idea that my troubled and traumatic upbringing was to blame left me feeling helpless. The theory that the world I grew up in was responsible for hopelessly corrupting me seemed an abrogation of personal responsibility before an all-knowing, all-wise, all-powerful God.
Could it be that God has already made provisions for the nightmare of addiction? He has—I should know. The Breaking the Chains Seminar is the result of research at two seminaries, over two decades of helping others find true and lasting freedom from various addictions, and a few years held captive myself.
Let me speak plainly. I’ve been there and done that. So, when I tell you that there are biblical principles that bring true and lasting freedom from addiction, I know what I’m talking about—not merely intellectually, but experientially as well.
Of all that God has given me, and that’s a lot, nothing is more precious to me than my freedom in Christ. You’ve tried everything else, so why not give this biblical approach a chance?
Read about my approach to addiction here.