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Publication Date: 2012
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Michael Wrenn lost his military career, marriage, and other blessings because of his addiction to alcohol and drugs. When three rehabilitation facilities failed to provide him with the help he needed, he reached out to God for help and deliverance.
God answered Wrenn’s call for help and freed him from bondage. He now enjoys a life free of addiction, and in this inspirational account he shares ten steps that helped him beat addiction. Learn how to
- find the plan that God has for you;
- recognize the people that God has sent to help you;
- overcome the guilt and shame that comes with addiction;
- make God your ally in your fight against addiction.
Wrenn is familiar with the pain, misery, and loneliness of addiction, and he shares a message of hope for addicts, recovering addicts, and the family members and pastors who want to help them. By following God’s Addiction Recovery Plan, you can trade your addiction for a life of abundance, victory, purpose, peace, and joy.
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