Keys to Freedom
This is an interactive discipleship course to educate, equip and empower you with biblical keys to live and stay free. This course is Mercy’s latest resource, that takes principles from their residential programme, put together in such a way that it can be journeyed individually or in a group. The course is suitable for young or old, male or female, new or established believers alike. Click here for more details.

Free resources / eBooks
Here is a link to access Mercy’s free resources and eBooks. The eBooks are in depth (downloadable PDF) guides to the topics of self harm, eating disorders, addiction and sexual abuse.

Support services and training days
Mercy provides training courses that are designed to give an overview and understanding of some of the issues they see on a daily basis and provide you with some practical keys to help you stay whole as you support those in need around you. Their Support Services team are also available to answer questions you may have about how to support an individual you know who is struggling with a life controlling issue. They can provide you with signposting to resources and information material, alongside other services, ministries and organisations that may be of help to you or the individual you are supporting. You can e-mail Mercy on info@mercyuk.org


Below are links to a couple of videos provided by Spacious Places in Leeds, based around the book, The Chimp Paradox.

Here is an interview with Graham Fell from Spacious Places and The Chimp Management Team (Dr Steve Peters, author of The Chimp Paradox).

Here is a second video, about a play that Spacious Places put on, aimed at the relatives of people in addiction.


Arnoud Van Asperen, based in the Netherlands can train on a variety of topics including relapse prevention and self-management. He has taught courses on the 12 Steps and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to both clients as well as project workers. Arnoud can train in English and Dutch. He is able to travel to deliver training if expenses are paid.

Husband to Eline, and father of three, he is a member of a reformed Christian church and works at The Hope Project (De Hoop).

Contact: a.vanasperen@dehoop.org

Women’s Recovery Project Workers

Exaireo Trust are a Christian charity based in Loughborough, providing temporary, supported accommodation to people who have found themselves homeless. They are looking for Part Time Women’s Recovery Project Workers.

Due to the specific nature of this role, it is an occupational requirement that the post holders be female and practising Christians. The posts may be subject to a DBS check.

Closing date for receipt of applications: 12noon on Tuesday 4th May 2021.

More information on how to apply is here – Womens Recovery Advert.





To put an opportunity on this page, please email mary@isaac-international.org