One Day at a Time: Discovering the Freedom of 12-Step Spirituality

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Upper Room Books, 2007 - Religion - 142 pages
Trevor Hudson has written One Day at a Time for anyone who: worries too much, struggles with compulsive or addictive behavior, battles with stress and tension, sabotages relationships with destructive behavior, feels trapped by feelings of self-condemnation, guilt, and regret, worships regularly but feels bogged down in pious cliches. If you identify with any of the descriptions above, take heart. There is hope. Plug in to the Power. Working the 12 Steps can become God's surprising way of keeping your life on track. Two passions shape Trevor's ministry: helping ordinary Christ-followers discover a compassionate, down-to-earth, and life-giving spirituality and building missional faith communities where people can link the inward and outward dimensions of their Christian faith. He is the author of A Mile in My Shoes and The Way of Transforming Discipleship. In ministry for over thirty years, Trevor spent most of this time in and around Johannesburg, South Africa. Presently he is part of the pastoral team at Northfield Methodist Church in Benoni with special responsibilities for teaching and preaching. He also travels widely leading conferences, retreats, and workshops. Book jacket.

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About the author (2007)

Trevor Hudson is a Methodist minister, pastoral therapist, and retreat leader in Benoni, South Africa. He is the author of several books, including Hope Beyond Your Tears, The Serenity Prayer, One Day at a Time, and A Mile in My Shoes. Hudson travels widely to conduct conferences, workshops, and retreats.

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