Thirst

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  • Paperback
  • 217 pages
  • Thirst
  • James B. Nelson
  • English
  • 20 December 2018
  • 0664226884

About the Author: James B. Nelson

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Thirst This book explores the path of recovery James Nelson writes, as he lives, with a very special blend of insight, wisdom, humor, and humility Sobriety sustainers and spirituality seekers will be encouraged and enlightened by his work. Free Download Thirst author James B. Nelson For Kindle ePUB or eBook – hillviewbedandbreakfast.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Thirst

  1. Sidong says:

    The addicts recovery journey IS a resurrection it is not just a spiritual one, but a physical and emotional one This shows the necessity to be connected with our bodies and the emotions that flow from our bodies Even the gospel is embodied it s not an abstract, intellectual concept The gospel is embodied in Jesus ...

  2. Drick says:

    I read this book as part of a course I am developing on the spirituality of recovery from addiction Nelson provides an nice link between theological language and the 12 step language of recovery, casting it in a personal and Christian framework without insisting the Christian way is the only way to see recovery He presents Christian theology as a resource for connecting with God in recovery He weaves personal stories, Biblical stories, and insights from the Big Book of AA in highlighting the I read this book as part of a course I am developing on the spirituality of recovery from addiction Nelson provides an nice link between theological language and the 12 step language of recovery, casting it in a personal and Christian framework without insisting the Christian way is the only way to see recovery He presents Christian theology as a resource for connecting with God in recovery He weaves personal stories, Biblical stories, and insights from the Big Book of AA in highlighting the importance of things like grace, forgiveness, and trust.I only rated the book as a 3 because the writing seems somewhat stream of consciousness and at times I was lost in the midst of his stories and reflections Some would find this freeing and un stilted I found it hard to follow at times Perhaps because I am using tis book as a text for acourse, I was hoping for something a bitstraightf...

  3. Chantee says:

    This book looks at the theological aspects of alcohol addiction and was a personal favorite during my first year at div school

  4. Dawn Shepler-Hamilton says:

    Interesting, particularly for pastoral caregivers who work with Christians in or needing recovery.