Join our Private Facebook Groups
PRIVATE FACEBOOK GROUPS (visible for members only)
There are three groups: Full of Faith, Full of Faith Accountability and Full of Faith Phone Meetings.
To join the Facebook groups, simply send a friend request to Pam Masshardt and send a private message asking to be put in the groups. There is no requirement or fees for membership. (FYI: For some reason, Pam is not getting some friend requests, so it's important to send a message along with the request.)
Full of Faith -- You will find daily devotionals and Bible studies, plus the daily reading from Food for Thought by Hazelden. Members share their experiences in the hope of motivating and encouraging people who are facing life-style changes. A thought or a prayer often comes to light on this group's page. We hope to encourage others to stand firm in their desires to be free from struggles around food and warped body images.
Full of Faith Accountability -- This group is intended for food related questions, and it supplies a place for people to share their intended plans of eating for the day on the "In Need of a Sponsor" thread.
Full of Faith Phone Meetings - We record some of the phone meetings, so that people can listen to them whenever it is convenient for them.
IN ADDITION to the the initial groups, Pam from Auburn, MA leads an on-line step study using "The Twelve Steps for Christians," in a group called FOF 12-Step Study.
AND Periodically, Hilary from the UK leads a food addiction based Step Study. Sometimes it covers all twelve steps, but at other times it just covers the first three steps to help people get started with abstinence. Invitations to join an upcoming Step Study will be posted on the private Facebook groups, and be announced on the phone meetings.
"Two are better than one, because they have a good return for their work: If one falls down, his friend can help him up. But pity the man who falls and has no one to help him up! Though one may be overpowered, two can defend themselves. A cord of three strands is not quickly broken." (Ecclesiastes 4:9-10, 12, New International Version)