The biblical path towards freedom leaves addiction in the past as your future unfolds in wonder and in joy. When you put this book down, you will know, “With the Lord’s help, I can do this.”
Opening a book about addiction can be scary, whether you have an addiction yourself or love someone else who does. Certain things are hard to hear. This is not the guilt-filled lecture though. This is more like a letter from a friend, someone you love who wants to lead you to freedom and joy. You will be able to read this book over and over again, like any good letter you cherish.
Every year, more than 70 million people of the Christian faith are said to be dealing with addiction in some form or another. You are not alone. You may have faith to move mountains, yet find yourself caught in addiction. You may have lost faith. Or, you may just need encouragement.
Overcoming Addiction will introduce you to good reasons to do good things for yourself and others. The biblical path towards freedom leaves addiction in the past as your future unfolds in wonder and in joy. When you put the book down, you will know, “With the Lord’s help, I can do this.”
About the Author
Elizabeth A. Shartle, Esq., PCC-S, is a licensed attorney building a law practice in Ohio, where thousands of families have been devastated by the opiate epidemic. She is also a licensed professional clinical counselor with a master’s degree from Liberty University. Prior to law school, she spent years counseling clients who struggled with substance abuse, addiction, and other mental health disorders. She now provides legal counsel in areas where addiction, mental health, and the law intersect.