As a member of Disciple Christian Motorcycle Club, you know that being a part of this community means much more than just riding motorcycles. It’s about supporting each other in our spiritual journeys and finding strength and purpose in our faith. For those who have struggled with addiction, this sense of community and support can be especially important in our journey to sobriety.
One of the critical ways that Disciple Christian Motorcycle Club helps members stay sober is through accountability. The club has a program that emphasizes the importance of staying sober if you’ve had a problem with it, and being accountable to each other. This program is designed to help us stay on track and provide support when needed. The program is called the 43 Drug-Free program.
Accountability starts with honesty. In Disciple Christian Motorcycle Club, we are encouraged to be open and honest with each other about our struggles and our victories. We are there to support each other through life’s ups and downs, including our struggles with addiction. Being open and honest creates a safe and supportive environment where we can share our experiences and learn from each other.
In addition to honesty, Disciple Christian Motorcycle Club provides a sense of brotherhood that can be a powerful force in our journey to sobriety. When we ride together, we are not just a group of individuals on motorcycles. Our brotherhood is united in our faith and purposeful lives. This brotherhood provides a sense of community and support that can be essential in our recovery journey.
Whether it’s a ride to a meeting, a phone call to check in, or a conversation over coffee, Disciple Christian Motorcycle Club members are there for each other. We are there to provide accountability, support, and encouragement every step of the way.
I’ve been sober since 2001, and since I was born again, I no longer identify as an addict or an alcoholic. I’ve been freed of those labels and those chains by grace and redemption. I’m proud to say that I am always available for Disciple Christian Motorcycle Club members or prospects to talk to me about their hurts, habits, and hang-ups regarding sobriety. It’s been a hell of a journey, and I’m grateful to have made it this far.
If you are struggling with addiction, know that you are not alone. Disciple Christian Motorcycle Club has a team in place that is here to help you on your journey to sobriety.
We can support each other in our spiritual and personal growth through honesty, accountability, and brotherhood.
Reach out to a brother, a bro or someone wearing the drug-free tab if you feel the need to talk. Accountability starts with honesty, both to yourself and your peers.