Introducing our IBYC/IBLP Facebook Recovery Group

31 December 2015, 13:20



graceimageOne of the major problems with the teachings of Bill Gothard is that they are deeply intertwined with aspects of scripture that are indeed truth. Those who have experienced years or decades under such teachings often need the kind of help that can only come through discussing and sharing with others who have had similar experiences. Harnessing the power of facebook, Recovering Grace has had two spiritual Recovery groups: one for former ATI parents and one for former ATI students.

Today, we are pleased to announce that we have created a third group: one for individuals affected by the teachings of IBYC/IBLP but who were not specifically in the ATI program. The purpose of this group, like the others, is to provide a safe place for people to discuss and work through issues related to life inside and outside ATI/IBLP.

Over the past four years, We have seen many people find much needed help and support as they work through their beliefs, and we have found that there is great value in going through this process as part of a group.

If you are/were alumni or anyone who has been exposed to or brought up with the teachings of IBYC/IBLP in your church, family, or homeschool association, but did not go on to become involved with the ATI program, this group is for you: IBYC/IBLP Recovery Group 
If you are/were a student raised under IBLP/ATI teachings, this group is for you: ATI Student Recovery Group
If you are/were a parent who used the teachings of IBLP/ATI with your children, this group is for you: ATI Parent Recovery Group
PLEASE NOTE: Facebook, for privacy/security purposes, doesn’t allow individuals to send private messages to a person not on one’s friend list. Therefore, our welcome/screening messages will arrive as a “Message Request” (check your private messages and then select “message requests”). These screening messages will typically be sent within a day or so after your request to join the group.




All articles on this site reflect the views of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of other Recovering Grace contributors or the leadership of the site. Students who have survived Gothardism tend to end up at a wide variety of places on the spiritual and theological spectrum, thus the diversity of opinions expressed on this website reflects that. For our official statement of beliefs, click here.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *