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Number of Pages: 182
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2019
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
Author Holly Christine Hayes spent her teen and young adult life mired in alcoholism and drug addiction, in the grips of a downward spiral that led to a life of trauma, shame, and eventual homelessness. After an encounter with God in a public bathroom in 2001, her life was forever changed. God miraculously healed her and delivered her from her addiction. But it took years for her to find out who the God was that saved her. Through the telling of her story, the author takes readers on a journey through the surrender of the recovery meetings that gather in church basements to the wholeness and healing she found in the sanctuary of the church. All the while, she shares lessons she learned in the basement about who God really is and the miraculous ways He wants to heal our hurts, habits, sins, and setbacks.
Holly Christine Hayes is an award-winning author, world-renowned recovery ministry expert, and founder/CEO of Sanctuary Project, a community of advocates bringing hope and healing to survivors of trafficking, violence, and addiction. After working in worship and recovery ministry for Menlo Church in California and the American Church in Paris, Holly married her husband Jeff in 2016, and they now reside in Austin, Texas. Holly is a speaker and worship leader in safe houses, churches, conferences and recovery communities all over the world and was recently chosen as a new voice for Women of Faith. For more information, please visit www.HollyChristineHayes.com.