When I was growing up, and most of my young life, I thought of “church people” as way above me. In my mind they were perfect people and I felt about as good as a cockroach comparatively. Heck, when I was little this bus would sometimes pick us kids up and take us to church,Continue reading “The Bullseye”
One of the most powerful moments I have ever had in my addiction “afterlife” came from the fresh feelings of grief when I lost my mother. Since drug addiction has run rampant through my family, it is always trying to rear its ugly head ANY old way it can. This keeps me on my toes!Continue reading “Pocket full of recovery”
Maybe someone else needs to read this one. During a very rough patch in my life I would get those little daily bread books and occasionally one would be so good that I would tear out the page and save it in my Bible. I just ran across this one. This is likely from 2004Continue reading “God wants us “as is””
Since I know what its like to struggle with childhood issues, drug addiction and even what its like to sit in prison, my heart is now healed and ready to pass along my experience, strength and hope to others everywhere I go.
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