“Growing up in small town America, I never imagined I would wake up one day to find myself an addicted, homeless bum. But at age 19, I lost everything. I was homeless, jobless, and friendless, with a cocaine addiction gripping my life. Eventually I found myself in cell 121. I had grown up going to church, but I only knew the rules-based ‘religious’ Jesus. While I was incarcerated, a gentleman with the Gideons would come visit me. He was there, every Sunday, and his commitment showed me that God wasn’t done with me yet. Right there in cell 121, I accepted Christ. Even though I was still behind bars for nearly a year, it was one of the best years of my life…” excerpt, Voices of Recovery, by Rusty Boruff.
How to Kill an Addiction takes a unique approach. Instead of wondering why things happen, it asks the question, Did Jesus provide a way out or not? He did, and it is not just for the “sweet by and by,” but for the rough “right here and now.” With its uplifting section called Voices of Recovery, you will hear from real people facing real problems and rejoice with them as they share how they have overcome a variety of life-controlling issues. This can only happen when their focus is on the Chain Breaker (Jesus) rather than the chain itself. How to Kill an Addiction explains what has already been done to solve the problems we face. If you have tried everything (or nothing at all), I challenge you to read How to Kill an Addiction.

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Michele Eich is an author, teacher, certified growth coach, and licensed minister with her own story of redemption. She has worked with hundreds of people who have struggled to break the chains that have kept them bound. “How to Kill an Addiction” was birthed during her time as a volunteer in a program that introduced the lost to the new life that Jesus provides. As a coach and minister, Michele points men and women to their identity in Christ and relationship with God. When people understand these foundational truths, real transformation can take place. Michele loves to see individuals get set free to move forward into their destinies with God. She and her husband, Lynn, have six amazing children and enjoy spending time with their family and friends. They love to travel and see God’s amazing creation.

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