Step 4

Made a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves

About Step 4, from the Mormon Channel


Austin never thought his drug addiction would hurt the people he loved. When drug dealers threatened his family for information on his location, he knew he had to change. But how could he? Was there any good left in him? In the addiction recovery program, Austin learned the truth: God had given him many good qualities, and He had the power to help Austin uncover them again. More information from the Mormon channel.

Click the appropriate View button below to watch the associated video. Note that these videos are provided not so that you will totally agree with every one of them since each video may be presented with a somewhat different perspective on a Higher Power. Hopefully you can feel kinship with one or more of the perspectives, however, and thereby gain some guidance. The goal is for you to be able to work the program effectively and find a fulfillment of the the 12 step promises in your life.


Sobriety TV

Bernard Robeson presents an overview of Step 4 and how making a personal moral inventory reflects us as sick people trying to get well.

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Sober MD

Dr. Douglas Cook talks about getting started with Step 4 and his personal experiences with that step and his experiences with his patients.

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Tommy Rosen

Tommy Rosen talks about how in writing out our personal inventory and going through the fact-finding of yoga, we deal with our true issues.

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John Anthony

A Church of God minister says that Jesus gives us power to look into our own lives and know what needs to be changed, based on the Bible.

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Fr. Martin

Fr. Martin talks about Steps 4 and 5 - taking an honest look at ourselves, "cleaning house" and becoming free of the guilt of our past.

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