Rising Above Opioid Addiction – An Indigenous Woman’s Story of Childhood Trama, Faith & Healing [REVIEW]

I don’t remember how I first came across this book but I am glad that I did.

Rising Above Opioid Addiction – An Indigenous Woman’s Story of Childhood Trama, Faith & Healing by Siera Taketchera Russel (Forward by Donna Partow) may only by 79 pages long but the message is clear…” all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.Romans 8:28b KJV

I have included a few excerpts from the text below.

“Addicts are people who hurt—who need to feel loved and accepted, not rejected and scorned. I am one who found freedom in the promise that there is nothing impossible for God. “With man this is impossible, but not with God; all things are possible with God” “(Mark 10:27 NIV).

“God’s unfailing mercy and love took the mess I made of my life and turned it into a testimony of His grace. The near destruction of my life was thwarted by God’s love, mercy, and grace. With the embrace and knowledge of God’s love, I have been freed from old mindsets, generational curses, and PTSD that plagued me since my childhood.

“I live a victorious life because my individual spirit, which I control with God’s guidance, decided to pursue my destiny. I surrendered to the complex process of emotional healing from historic and family trauma

For more information go to www.IndigenousMentors.com

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