- Play trust games with your family and friends. For example, one person stands in the middle of a tight circle. He or she falls, eyes closed and body stiff, into the arms of one person and then is passed across and around the circle. Or, one person is blindfolded and led through a forest or house that he or she is unfamiliar with.
- It takes tremendous faith to break an addiction and turn your life around. That has been the experience of many people in Twelve Step Programs. Invite someone who participates in a program like Alcoholics Anonymous to talk to your group about faith's role in his or her recovery. If you are in a position to do so, support such programs in your community by making space available for meetings.