Session 16 第十六課:痛苦與成癮行為 Pain & Addiction © 2017 by Dr. David Eckman

Session 16 第十六課:痛苦與成癮行為 Pain & Addiction  © 2017 by Dr. David Eckman



從腦到心相比任何其他小組學習材料和門訓課程,在幾個特別的方面都有所不同。這個改變生命的旅程,不僅僅是關於聖經真理的學習,更是將真理整合到內心。你將發現一個新的能改變一切的視角,因為“我們有怎樣的眼光,就會有怎樣的生活。”從腦到心的學習過程有三個要素: 1)聚焦式聖經教導 2)辨識你的“錯誤圖像” 3)教導和小組討論,幫助我們把神的真理融入生活。




© 2017 大衛艾克曼博士

As we share the pain of our life with God the Father, we discover his comfort and we avoid being trapped into addictive behaviors.

The ability to feel pain was originally a blessing, and God still uses pain to signal to us that we need to address issues in our lives and relationships. We often, however, take the good gifts of God and misuse them as coping mechanisms. Those coping mechanisms may develop into addictions that help to bury the pain with pleasure. The equation of addiction is PAIN + PLEASURE = ADDICTION. The Cycle of Addiction begins with mismanaged pain, but the next steps involve; stepping out of relationships (disassociation) and creating a fantasy world. The most dangerous and powerful element of addiction is buying into a fantasy world of false pictures.

Head to Heart is unlike any other small group material or discipleship program. This life-changing journey is not simply about learning the truth of the Bible but integrating the truth into the heart. You will discover a new way of seeing that will change everything because “how you see, is how you live.” The Head to Heart process has three key elements: 1) focused biblical teaching 2) identifying your “false pictures” 3) a design of teaching and small groups that help us to integrate God’s truth.

Experience the life of the Trinity:

-Discover the Father heart of God.
-Experience the empowerment of the Spirit.
-Live out your union with Christ.

Many have gone through the exciting transition of knowing something of God to experiencing everything God intended. We are delighted to welcome you to the Head to Heart journey!

These videos are to be used together the Head to Heart workbook which can be found at

Head to Heart © 2017 by David Eckman, Ph.D.