Recommended Reads. 

My story began with a book inside a jail cell. From there, throughout the years I have relied on books to grow my spirit and mentor me. The reading list below are a few that have helped me and my recovery.  I hope you get a chance to read them.

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Life Recovery Bible

The Life Recovery Bible is the most read book in my entire library.  Hands down. If you don't have one, get one. With recovery commentary on nearly every page, it helps us understand what the scriptures are saying to achieve success in a daily recovery program.  When one is too tattered to read, i get another one. I have had several through the years, and I cherish them all.

 

No Limits No Boundaries by Tiz Huch

This is the best handbook I have ever read on prayer.  It literally gets me fired up and motivated to pray every time i read it.  I use it often as a daily devotional to remind me of the promises of God and to read along and pray the prayers at the end of the chapters.  

Power of a Praying Wife was given to me by one of my many spiritual mothers in my church.  It quickly became a daily devotion for me as a first-time wife with no idea how to be married.  It brought so much hope to me and I know it will do the same for you.  Include it in your bridal shower gift.

This is the Celebrate Recovery Step Study book (with all 4 study guides in one book). I use this book inside treatment centers, jails, prisons, and other institutions. If you are looking for an effective Bible study focusing on the 12 Steps for institutional use, this will be a great fit.  It has been approved for prison/jail use across the Nation and even internationally. I cannot recommend this book enough. I have seen many lives transformed through this study, including my own!