PURSUING RELATIONAL AND SEXUAL WHOLENESS IN CHRIST

LIVING WATERS & CROSS

CURRENT

 
CrossCurrent is returning at CCEA on Thursday, September 9! Living Waters will return in January 2022. See below for details.
 
 
 
 
PURSUING RELATIONAL AND SEXUAL WHOLENESS IN CHRIST

LIVING WATERS & CROSS

CURRENT

"Where can I go to share my pain and struggle?"

“Will anyone listen to me?”

“How can I find hope in my struggle?”

“I’m alone and afraid to tell anyone what’s really in my heart.”

PURSUING RELATIONAL AND SEXUAL WHOLENESS IN CHRIST

LIVING WATERS & 

CROSSCURRENT

"Where can I go to share my pain and struggle?"

“Will anyone listen to me?”

“How can I find hope in my struggle?”

“I’m alone and afraid to tell anyone what’s really in my heart.”

Such thoughts and questions plague many Christians. The discipleship and prayer ministry of Living Waters and CrossCurrent addresses the roots of sexual and relational issues that ensnare Christians into unhealthy living.

Anyone seeking to walk through the healing journey will benefit from Living Waters or CrossCurrent, especially in the areas of:

 

"Where can I go to share my pain and struggle?"

“Will anyone listen to me?”

“How can I find hope in my struggle?”

“I’m alone and afraid to tell anyone what’s really in my heart.”

Such thoughts and questions plague many Christians. The discipleship and prayer ministry of Living Waters and CrossCurrent addresses the roots of relational and sexual issue that ensnare Christians into unhealthy living.

Anyone seeking to walk through the healing journey will benefit from Living Waters or CrossCurrent, especially in the areas of:

Such thoughts and questions plague many Christians. The discipleship and prayer ministry of Living Waters and CrossCurrent addresses the roots of sexual and relational issues that ensnare Christians into unhealthy living.

Anyone seeking to walk through the healing journey will benefit from Living Waters or CrossCurrent, 

especially in the areas of:

SEXUAL ADDICTION
EFFECTS OF ABUSE
UNWANTED SAME-SEX ATTRACTION
PROMISCUITY
PORNOGRAPHY & FANTASY
COMPULSIVE MASTURBATION
GENDER IDENTITY ISSUES
FEAR OR INSECURITY
MARITAL PROBLEMS
CO-DEPENDENCY OR POOR BOUNDARIES
ISOLATION OR INABILITY TO TRUST
ANGER OR UNFORGIVENESS
SHAME AND SELF-HATRED
Fear
Insecurity
Marital problems
Co-dependency
Pornography
Pornography
Effects of abuse
Poor boundaries
Sexual addiction or promiscuity
Isolation
Inability to trust
Anger or un-forgiveness
Compulsive masturbation
Gender identity issues
Unwanted same-sex attraction
Fantasy
Shame and self-hatred

THROUGH LIVING WATERS AND CROSSCURRENT WE LEARN ABOUT:

 

 

  • God’s powerful love for us and how Jesus is central to our hope for wholeness​
  • The depth of our brokenness and our profound need for Him.
  • The power of the cross to restore our souls, sexuality, and relationships
  • The process of walking out our healing
  • Our place in the church and loving others honorably
 

 

3 FOCUSES OF LIVING WATERS 

 

Living Waters and CrossCurrent provide a thoughtful and safe place to look at the ways we've become ensnared, and uses three main focuses in our meetings:
 
1. Worship: We focus our attention and praise on God rather than on our problems.
2. Teaching: Our teachings include Biblical truths that help us to know God and ourselves better.
3. Prayer: Through attentive prayer in large and small group settings, we invite the Holy Spirit to heal our various wounds. We bring our sins, and those sins committed against us, to the Lord who is faithful to set us free.
 
We value men and women working out their healing together. Great healing comes as men and women minister and receive alongside one another in worship, teaching, and prayer in the large group (though the small groups are same-sex). This reflects God’s intention and character. Foundational to Living Waters is the reality that God created us in His image as male and female.

THROUGH LIVING WATERS AND CROSSCURRENT WE LEARN ABOUT:

 

 

 

  • God’s powerful love for us and how Jesus is central to our hope for wholeness​
  • The depth of our brokenness and our profound need for Him.
  • The power of the cross to restore our souls, sexuality, and relationships
  • The process of walking out our healing
  • Our place in the church and loving others honorably

 

 

3 FOCUSES OF LIVING WATERS 

 

Living Waters and CrossCurrent provide a thoughtful and safe place to look at the ways we've become ensnared, and uses three main focuses in our meetings:
 
1. Worship: We focus our attention and praise on God rather than on our problems.
2. Teaching: Our teachings include Biblical truths that help us to know God and ourselves better.
3. Prayer: Through attentive prayer in large and small group settings, we invite the Holy Spirit to heal our various wounds. We bring our sins, and those sins committed against us, to the Lord who is faithful to set us free.
 
We value men and women working out their healing together. Great healing comes as men and women minister and receive alongside one another in worship, teaching, and prayer in the large group (though the small groups are same-sex). This reflects God’s intention and character. Foundational to Living Waters is the reality that God created us in His image as male and female.

THROUGH LIVING WATERS AND CROSSCURRENT WE LEARN ABOUT:

 

 

 

  • God’s powerful love for us and how Jesus is central to our hope for wholeness​
  • The depth of our brokenness and our profound need for Him.
  • The power of the cross to restore our souls, sexuality, and relationships
  • The process of walking out our healing
  • Our place in the church and loving others honorably

 

 

3 FOCUSES OF LIVING WATERS 

 

Living Waters and CrossCurrent provide a thoughtful and safe place to look at the ways we've become ensnared, and uses three main focuses in our meetings:
 
1. Worship: We focus our attention and praise on God rather than on our problems.
2. Teaching: Our teachings include Biblical truths that help us to know God and ourselves better.
3. Prayer: Through attentive prayer in large and small group settings, we invite the Holy Spirit to heal our various wounds. We bring our sins, and those sins committed against us, to the Lord who is faithful to set us free.
 
We value men and women working out their healing together. Great healing comes as men and women minister and receive alongside one another in worship, teaching, and prayer in the large group (though the small groups are same-sex). This reflects God’s intention and character. Foundational to Living Waters is the reality that God created us in His image as male and female.

WHAT TO EXPECT AT LIVING WATERS

 
Living Waters is a 19-week, 20-lesson closed group for men and women seeking healing in their lives. It is an intensive and unique small group. With more than thirty years of ministering God’s healing love all over the world, the Living Waters program is a proven path of healing. The leaders have been trained and a confidentiality policy is in place to help ensure trust and safety.
 
Application and interview are required for each participant. Personal commitment to completion of the entire course, including attendance at each session and assigned homework, is required. The participation fee covers the cost of required textbooks, leader training and other ministry costs.
 
Living Waters will be back in January of 2022!    
 
Applications are not yet available. To be added to our email list, please click the “Contact Us” button below, and we will send you detailed information as soon as it is available.
 
 

WHAT TO EXPECT AT CROSSCURRENT

Originally designed as an introduction to the Living Waters program, CrossCurrent is an open, 8-week, support group for men and women seeking God’s truth and grace in their sexuality and relationships. It is based on the same principles as Living Waters (see below), and is an excellent opportunity for anyone who wishes to “test the waters” of the ministry to see what we’re all about. Each meeting includes worship, teaching and a same-sex small group meeting with plenty of prayer. Week-to-week commitment to the program is encouraged, but not required.  

 

CrossCurrent will return to Calvary Chapel East Anaheim on September 9! 
CrossCurrent will meet on Thursday nights from September 9 - October 28 at 7 p.m. 
in the Adventure Lodge.
Registration is not required. However, for planning purposes, we would appreciate knowing that you intend to join us; please click the “Contact Us” button below and check the appropriate box to let us know!

WHAT TO EXPECT AT LIVING WATERS

 
Living Waters is a 18-week, 20-lesson closed group for men and women seeking healing in their lives. It is an intensive and unique small group. With more than thirty years of ministering God’s healing love all over the world, the Living Waters program is a proven path of healing. The leaders have been trained and a confidentiality policy is in place to help ensure trust and safety.
Application and interview are required for each participant. Personal commitment to completion of the entire course, including attendance at each session and assigned homework, is required. The participation fee covers the cost of required textbooks, leader training and other ministry costs.
 
LIVING WATERS WILL RETURN TO CALVARY CHAPEL EAST ANAHEIM IN JANUARY OF 2021

 

WHAT TO EXPECT AT CROSSCURRENT

Originally designed as an introduction to the Living Waters program, CrossCurrent is an open, 8-week, support group for men and women seeking God’s truth and grace in their sexuality and relationships. It is based on the same principles as Living Waters. Each meeting includes worship, prayer, and teachings. An application is not required for CrossCurrent.

 

CROSSCURRENT STARTS ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2020 AT CCEA. 
We will meet in the 5th/6th Grade Classroom at 7pm. Registration is encouraged but not required; to register, please use the "Contact Us/Apply" button below.
 
For more information about other resources and programs from Desert Stream Ministries, please visit www.desertstream.org.
For more information about other resources and programs from Desert Stream Ministries, please visit www.desertstream.org.”