Residents coming to BCRC are at a low point in their lives. The very core of their being is in ruins and hope is nonexistent. These men and their family members are begging for help (we get dozens of calls each month.) We accept the men at BCRC with loving open arms and begin the initiation of a personal relationship with Christ.

We pray, worship and study together. We devote much time to the Biblical principles of a Christ centered life and the 12 steps. This is the best approach to avoid relapse. BCRC enhances the experience by emphasizing the necessity for moral inventory, confession of shortcomings, restitution for harm done, service to others and putting God first every day. Of all residents on campus at any given point in time, virtually all accept Jesus Christ as their Savior.

If a resident has already come to God, he will often recommit with a clearer understanding of what it means to be Born Again and what is expected of him as a Christian in his everyday life.

After 12 weeks at BCRC, these men will have regained some self-esteem, will walk a little taller, speak with more confidence and will understand why they must remain God focused, that He is their hope and salvation.






Psalm 37:7
7 Be still in the presence of the LORD, and wait patiently for him to act. Don’t worry about evil people who prosper or fret about their wicked schemes.


Every year BCRC works as stage
hands at the SC State Fair