Recovery Alive National Coaches

RA National Coaches are here for you!

ALL THE WAY

 Whether you are wanting to start a recovery ministry in your neck of the woods or looking to grow an existing ministry, our National Coaches are here to help!  Each coach has extensive Recovery ALIVE ministry experience and training , have their own thriving recovery ministries, and are equipped and called to walk you through the many ups and downs of launching and running your own program.  Recovery is not meant to be worked alone, and neither is recovery ministry!  

Rich and Beth Cederman

National Recovery Coaches

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Rich and Beth are Directors of Recovery Alive, Bethel Church in Goldsboro, NC. Having been active in recovery program leadership for the past 4+ years under the tutelage of John Eklund, they launched RA at their home church in September 2021 and operate a wildly successful ministry with all facets, including meal service, youth programs, and a street outreach ministry.

My name is Beth, and I am a grateful believer in Jesus Christ. I struggle with codependency, self-worth and eating disorders. After a 23-year marriage dissolved, I found myself totally dependent on Jesus for healing and restoration. I lost everything on this earth I held dear, and God is restoring it all. I am a Hospice Nurse Manager currently finishing up my Master’s in Nursing 

I’m Rich, a grateful believer in Jesus, who has delivered me from drugs, drunkenness, anger, pride, shame, and more! I am a 30-yr active-duty military retiree and MBA, currently working on my Masters in Pastoral Counseling in Addiction and Recovery at Liberty University. I am retired and currently serve on Bethel Church’s Senior Leadership Team. 

Married for 2 years, we are empty nesters with a combined 7 grown children. We are happy to help guide/mentor anyone wanting to launch a RA ministry from scratch or transitioning from another recovery program.

Kathleen and Peter Isabell have been married for over 7 years and have made the process of restoration and recovery their life’s work. They have both enjoyed the process of restoring and transforming homes for many years but when God opened the door for them to begin a recovery ministry in their church in Chaska, Minnesota 3 years ago, they were able to stand back and watch the Power of Jesus Christ restore and transform LIVES weighed down with shame, grief, brokenness, and addiction.

Recovery ministry is their passion and they are excited to come alongside leaders who want to begin recovery ministries in their communities.

Kathleen and Peter Isabell

National Recovery Coaches

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Layne and Marsha Mason

National Recovery Coaches (AR, Western TN, OKC/Tulsa Oklahoma, North Texas, Southern MO)

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Layne and Marsha have been in recovery for over 19 years and leaders in Christian Recovery for the last 18 years. Because of the transformation in their own lives, the Masons are enthusiastic proponents of Christ-centered, biblical recovery.  

For the last 12 years, Layne and Marsha have led a thriving recovery ministry at their church, First Assembly NLR. Layne serves as the Recovery Pastor for the organization, and Marsha is Care & Recovery Ministry Coordinator. Under their leadership, the recovery ministry has grown exponentially and expanded to a total of five campuses, with additional campuses slated in the near future.

For over 10 years, they have coached/mentored leaders and assisted in planting numerous recovery programs in churches throughout the region. Their desire is to see Christ-centered recovery programs in every church.

Layne and Marsha reside in the suburbs of Little Rock in Sherwood, Arkansas. They have been married for 20 years and have four adult children and eight grandchildren.

Brian and Miranda have been in Recovery Ministry the past 10 years. Both Brian and Miranda have a passion for seeing life transformation. Over the past 10 years while leading a thriving Recovery Program in Southeast Tennessee they have seen marriages restored, addicts set free and those struggling with hurts and hang-ups be made whole through the power of Jesus Christ.

Brian and Miranda are both Clinical counselors in mental health and substance abuse. Their goal is to help and mentor other leaders who desire to grow a program where life transformation is possible. They desire to see the Holy Spirit move and be the heart of their program, leading them every step of the way.

Brian and Miranda reside in Cleveland TN and have been married for over 10 years. Lilliana Grace, their daughter, is the light of their world and they continue to grow their family through the blessing of adoption. 

Brian and Miranda Keplinger

National Recovery Coaches (SE TN, GA, Ala, Western NC, Kentucky, SW VA)

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