Changing Lanes is a ministry devoted to leading individuals and families from the devastating effect of sexual addiction. Our mission is to provide Biblically based support and restoration for people struggling with sexual sins.
We work with youth leaders to equip teens in the battle of sexuality
We partner with churches to reduce the weight of sexual addiction for the staff.
We take the despair of the internet and use it for hope in small groups.
Through panel discussions, training and consultations, we help parents offer freedom to their children.
We use our small groups to help build accountability and reengage men into the role of leaders.
We reevaluate identities and celebrate hope found in an identity in Christ.
Brett founded Changing Lanes after a 22 year battle with sexual addiction.He uses his experience to lead others to a place of restoration and a changed life. He is licensed minister, speaker, Board Certified Pastoral Counselor (BCPC) and Executive Director of Changing Lanes Ministries. Brett and his wife Christi have been married for over 20 years and have three children.
Eric has been a therapist for twenty years, He has witnessed countless times the devastating impact that addiction takes on one’s life, and on the lives of family members who feel powerless to fight it. In today’s culture, instant connection to the Internet has contributed to a large number of Christian husband and fathers to allow themselves to become trapped in the snare of sexual sin. Eric has known Brett for the past seventeen years, and uses his knowledge as a therapist to help guide the ministry.
Rickey has been active in Changing Lanes since completing the program, and has experience in alcohol and substance abuse counseling, and has personally experienced the trauma of addiction. After pastoring churches in Texas, and a career in law enforcement, he owns and operates a consulting firm in Tulsa. Rickey found Changing Lanes and asked Brett the first night of the group gathering, “Is it is even possible to be free?” That question got answered in the 18 month program through the accountability and process of connecting with other men, and sharing our struggles and walking out our commitment with each other in the truth and purity of the Word of God. Rickey’s burden is to help pastors and men – churched and unchurched, to find that freedom. He joined the Board of Directors last year and continues as a group leader. Rickey lives in Owasso, Oklahoma with his wife. He and his wife have 4 grown children and 5 grandchildren.
Mark Musser is the owner/operator of an Insurance agency in Bixby,OK since July of 2000. Mark is very open about is life long struggle with pornography and the chaos it has caused in his life. He has been in recovery since July of 2013 and completed the Changing Lane’s program December of 2016. Mark joined the board in January of 2017 due to his passion to stay connected to the program and continue the fight against pornography. Mark is currently pursuing a Masters in Mental Health Counseling and plans to become a Licensed Professional Counselor specializing in addiction. Mark enjoys spending time with his teen aged son Kyle and volunteers at the Pathways organization several times a year.
Christi has spent over 10 years in education, family and social services and has worked for 8 years on staff for church children’s ministry. Her heart for helping families now extends into Changing Lanes, as she serves on the board with her first-hand understanding of how pornography affects spouses and the marriage relationship. Christi is grateful for the opportunity to support Brett and be an example of how a couple can survive a devastating challenge and find a greater joy through God’s grace and redemptive power.
Micah has a Bachelor of Science degree from Oral Roberts University and has been working in the field of Telecommunications and Ministry Support for over 20 years. Micah has been married for 18 years and has a son. He has been involved with Changing Lanes for over 4 years, first as a group member, and currently as a co-facilitator. From the early age of 8 or 9, Micah was exposed to pornography and understands the enslaving grip of addiction and lies that it leads to (as well as the devastating effects on loved ones). Micah has the desire to help other men find their freedom from sin and addiction and live as God created them to.
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