The key to recovery? Take it one day at a time---with God's help! This 365-day devotional is a wonderful starting point. Based on Dr. Brazelton's "Twelve Steps for Believers," it will encourage you to bring your struggles to God in prayer; seek out supportive partners and companions; and exchange destructive habits for joy and freedom. 384 pages, softcover from Tyndale.
We all struggle to escape bad habits that overrun our lives. The One Year Recovery Prayer Devotional is for those who are seeking freedom and recovery from unhealthy habits and addictions. This daily devotional, which features the Twelve Steps for Believers, will help you experience a life-changing breakthrough, releasing you from harmful patterns of behavior. Each day, the devotional encourages you to bring your struggles to God in prayer, asking for strength. The recovery process is not one you should try alone. You need partners and companions. The One Year Recovery Prayer Devotional is one of your companions, giving you daily encouragement on your path toward purpose.
Katie Brazelton, PhD, MDiv, MA, is the Founder of Life Purpose Coaching Centers International®, a coach-training provider with multiple global accreditations. She is following her passionate dream of opening 200 Life Purpose Coaching Centers in churches, parachurch ministries, and private coaching practices. These venues offer coaching toward God's plan, including niche areas such as recovery, marriage, parenting, finances, career, health, etc. Dr. Brazelton is a board member for the International Christian Coaching Association and also for Rockbridge Seminary. She has interviewed Mother Teresa in Calcutta, countless influential leaders, experts, addicts, and prisoners to seek advice for the readers of her numerous books, including her runaway bestselling Pathway to Purpose. Katie is the educational dean for Full Circle Outreach (a substance abuse treatment center), as well as a church consultant, sought-after speaker, and popular media guest; she was previously a licensed minister through Saddleback Church.