According to one study, 68% of church-going men view pornography on a regular basis. Many of these men feel like they are drowning, and are desperate for help, but they remain stuck in the quicksand of shame, isolation, guilt and despair – a trap that only wants to sink them to even greater depths of sin.

Our Men’s Recovery Group provides a safe place for fellowship, sobriety and healing. We teach men how to “work smarter, not harder” to break free from sexual bondage. Whether you struggle with pornography, adultery / affairs, homosexuality, lustful thoughts or any other form of sexual bondage, our group can provide the tools, accountability and encouragement needed for long-term purity.

New Curriculum Starting in September

Beginning Monday, September 14th, join us for WARPATH:  The Road to Long-Term Sexual Integrity.  Hosted by Dr. Doug Weiss, acclaimed Christian sex-therapist, psychologist, and author, this 10-week interactive video series equips men for battle so they can remain free for life. WARPATH is a follow-up to the popular Conquer Series – a boot-camp designed to guide men towards sobriety within 90 days.WARPATH is a 10-week interactive workshop consisting of video training modules, online study guides, journaling exercises, weekly face-to-face group meetings, accountability tools and more.  The cost is $10 per month.

Meets: Monday Nights, 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Starts: Ongoing, Can Join Anytime
Leaders: Tom Reynolds, Terry Brown


If you are unable to meet in-person and are looking for an online alternative or you have any other questions regarding this group, please feel free to reach out to our Counseling & Recovery Director, Deb.


We are so excited to be offer gatherings, studies, groups & counseling this Fall, both online and in-person.  In order for us to care best for one another, we ask that you read the following health and safety guidelines we have in place for visiting our Mosaic Winter Garden campus and note that, as of right now, childcare will not be provided during any of these meetings.

Please Follow These Safety Measures:

  • Wear a Face Covering
    3 years and older.
  • Cover Mouth & Nose
    When coughing or sneezing
  • Social Distancing
    Maintain physical distancing of 6′ or more.
  • Wash Your Hands
    Wash often with soap & water or alcohol-based sanitizer and avoid touching your face.
  • Stay Home If…
    You or anyone in your household has felt unwell, has had a temperature of 100.4 or higher in the last 48 hours, or have come in contact with anyone confirmed to have COVID-19 in the past 14 days.
  • Air Hugs
    Please refrain from hugging and shaking hands.