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You Can't Start Over, But You Can Start Today: God’s Heart for Men in Recovery

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A former pastor reflects on his long captivity to compulsive addictions and meditates on some of the essential truths about God's character that released him to recover. He offers encouragement for men emerging from patterns of addictive, compulsive, and dysfunctional behaviors. The book discusses the importance of a recovery process that: - Replaces the "hard man" of our a A former pastor reflects on his long captivity to compulsive addictions and meditates on some of the essential truths about God's character that released him to recover. He offers encouragement for men emerging from patterns of addictive, compulsive, and dysfunctional behaviors. The book discusses the importance of a recovery process that: - Replaces the "hard man" of our addictive imaginations with the Father of Mercies, - Sees oneself as a 'whole disciple' rather than a 'recovering addict,' - Pursues full-bodied Christian discipleship rather than "recovery religion," and - Focuses on 'coming to the Light' rather than 'escaping from darkness.'


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A former pastor reflects on his long captivity to compulsive addictions and meditates on some of the essential truths about God's character that released him to recover. He offers encouragement for men emerging from patterns of addictive, compulsive, and dysfunctional behaviors. The book discusses the importance of a recovery process that: - Replaces the "hard man" of our a A former pastor reflects on his long captivity to compulsive addictions and meditates on some of the essential truths about God's character that released him to recover. He offers encouragement for men emerging from patterns of addictive, compulsive, and dysfunctional behaviors. The book discusses the importance of a recovery process that: - Replaces the "hard man" of our addictive imaginations with the Father of Mercies, - Sees oneself as a 'whole disciple' rather than a 'recovering addict,' - Pursues full-bodied Christian discipleship rather than "recovery religion," and - Focuses on 'coming to the Light' rather than 'escaping from darkness.'

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