From Crack Addict to Pastor

From Crack Addict to Pastor

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by Karen Sills
     
 

Pastor Karen Sills describes her years of substance abuse in this dramatized rendition of her life. She gives detailed accounts of how drug addiction impacted her life and the lives of the people she loves dearly. Through this book she shows just how merciful God truly is and because of His mercy and grace, she is delivered from prostitution, lesbianism, imprisonment…  See more details below

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Pastor Karen Sills describes her years of substance abuse in this dramatized rendition of her life. She gives detailed accounts of how drug addiction impacted her life and the lives of the people she loves dearly. Through this book she shows just how merciful God truly is and because of His mercy and grace, she is delivered from prostitution, lesbianism, imprisonment and drug addiction.

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ISBN-13:
9780977093632
Publisher:
Dreams Publishing Co.
Publication date:
12/15/2005
Pages:
148
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.34(d)

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From Crack Addict to Pastor 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Robinetta More than 1 year ago
Pastor Sills takes us on a journey with many turns. She went from cooking cocaine to prostitution then a lesbian while confined to prison. She was addicted to drugs and she did what it took to affort her habit. The author shares her life story very vivid leaving nothing unturned. She quoted Scriptures throughout the entire book. Sills makes it known that it is because of God's grace and mercy that she has been delivered from her past. Now, she can help others from sharing her testimony. Very interesting book.
reenmsn More than 1 year ago
From Crack Addict to Pastor is a wonderful read. This book highlights detailed circumstances that every one of us sinners need to be aware of. God is real! So many of us believe, but do not receive. So many of us believe, but do not trust. So many of us believe, but do not have faith. Thank you so much for painting this wonderfully detailed picture of us, and the realness of God. Some of us "Christians" feel that just because we do not use crack, we are better off than those who do. A sin is a sin: God does not measure! THANK YOU, FATHER!