A Life Worth Mending

"I hope that addicts can see that there is still hope for their life, and that they can defeat the devil inside them. I needed God in my life to help me beat the devil, and so do you. God loves you, and I urge you to please turn to Him every day. You will find that you must live one day at a time" - Annette Brockman

 

Through her book, Brockman reveals that she was an addict and her path to recovery. Not only did Brockman improve the quality of her life, but also her spelling, vocabulary, and writing skills. She hopes that her book will enlighten people to understand addicts.

 

 

 

ISBN: 9781933660219

Author: Annette Brockman

Audience: Inspirational

Size: 8.5 x 11

Page Count: 95

Package: Paperback

List Price: $18.95

ISBN: 9781933660226

Author: Annette Brockman

Audience: Inspirational

Size: 8.5 x 11

Page Count: 217

Package: Paperback

List Price: $21.95

"I had to want help and want to get clean. I took myself to church where there are people who could pray for me and give me direction. Without them, I would not be clean today. In Gods eyes, I was a life worth mending. God knew me at my worst and still could see what I could become. Once I was sober, I wrote a book of poetry about my recovery and named it, "A Life Worth Mending". God took my broken pieces and all my frailties and restored me" -Annette Brockman

 

By the time Brockman hit bottom and realized she had to turn her life around and get free from addictions, she truly was unlovable; there was nothing left for others to embrace or to find desirable about her company. She was defined by her addiction.

 

But God had a plan for Brockman, and He placed people around her that would love her unconditionally, just like He does.

 

This new book is called, "A Mended Life - Finding Christ in the Darkness", because God truly did mend Brockman's broken life. It was through that process that she found a new relationship with Him that now sustains her and gives her purpose. It is her hope that this book will be a part of your journey toward recovery and that it will be a lighthouse that you use to find your way in the darkness.

 

A Mended Life: Finding Christ in the Darkness