Desert Stream is a national organization that ministers the life of Jesus to the sexually and relationally broken. It includes five ministries: Desert Stream, Living Waters, Salt, Crosscurrent and The River. For those who struggle with
They come out of personal brokenness find a place of safety and healing in which to pursue the wholeness God has for them.
- Sexual addiction
- Sexual abuse
Meeting Locations and Ministries OfferedVineyard Christian Fellowship
3838 Centinela Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90066
Coordinator: Patrick Vukovich
Los Angeles Shabach
4300 W. Slausen Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90043
Coordinators: Darrell Powell, Margaret Fitzaugh
6642 Reseda, CA 91335
Reseda, CA 91335
Coordinator: Julie Herzog
Grace Brethren Church
SALT/Men Pursuing Purity
3590 Elm Ave.
Long Beach, CA 90807
SALT is a 20-week support group for men struggling with sexual addiction. Weekly meetings include worship, teaching and small groups, accountability and prayer.
Soul Restoration Project
714.262.4445 Ext. 3
Hold Me Tight, A therapy group for couples
Cathy Morrill and Doug Edmondson will facilitate a therapy group for couples on Thursday nights using a book called, Hold Me Tight: Seven Conversations for a Lifetime of Love by Sue Johnson (available at amazon in Kindle and paper). This will be a great opportunity for couples to learn more about each other and practical ways to deepen their connection.
The group will be limited to 5 couples.
Healing the Mother Wound, A therapy group for women
Cathy Morrill and Carol Davidson will be facilitating a therapy group for women. This is a great opportunity to do some intentional work on understanding and working through the wounds and impact of your childhood relationship with mother in order to better love her and others now.
Dwell Center for Healing
Kelly Muhonen & Matt Muhonen
The Feast is an intense, Christ-centered discipleship and healing group that meets for fifteen weeks. We explore core issues of the soul: our identities as men and women, our relationships, our pasts, and our romantic and sexual choices. Through worship, teaching, prayer, the arts, and small groups, we address the reality that weÕre all growing in our ability to love and be loved, and we discover together the restoration Jesus brings. The Feast is relevant to those struggling with family dysfunction, self-hatred, fantasy, the effects of abuse, sexuality issues, emotional dependency, unhealthy relationships, distorted views of self, or loneliness among others. No matter what our issues may be, we learn to embrace God's acceptance, truth, and restoration as a community.