It has been a while and life has been very full. No other explanation! A couple of weeks ago, a friend invited John and me in for a cup of tea. Well, it was an interesting experience. We waited at … Continue reading →
Free! Ministry to those struggling with Addictive Behaviors among ordinary everyday people as well as the homeless, the vulnerable and anyone practicing destructive habits. Bringing the joy, freedom and peace of Christ into difficult and extremely painful circumstances. Based in London, … Continue reading →
In the reality of John’s story, we observe the necessity for sound choices, the consequences of poor choices, and the hope of the best choices in a life set free by the grace and goodness of God.
Keith Kettenring PhD
Good presentation John and Sally. The smiles on both of you are encouraging and allow people to feel comfortable with you as instructors, which enables people to receive.
Anon from Jamestown
I am the President of an Addiction Recovery organization. I am always on the lookout for good books on this subject. When someone pointed this book out to me, I purchased it right away. The content is good with John’s real life stories. I have found that you can try to educate people about the harmful effects of addiction and they hear you but it doesn’t have the same effect as when they hear real life stories. I will recommend this book to others.
Enjoyed learning the tool that I could use immediately! Powerful and life changing! Effective! Easy to use, practical.
Carol from Southern Cal.
The author writes in an honest, straightforward, tell-it-like-it-is style. His experiences with drug addiction and finding the way out are what we all need to hear. I highly recommend not only reading this book, but using it in small groups, as each chapter provides thoughtful questions for application.
The Addict’s Choices is a refreshingly transparent and unique look into the mindset of an addict. The title makes it clear that an addict is not a simple victim, but does have choices (p.143). The strength of this book is that it presents practical tools for anyone seeking hope and freedom.
John presents different examples of the biblical concept of “put off” and “put on”, where each of us – whatever our addiction – have a choice to either follow the philosophy of this world and…
Pastor Nate Aanderud
These seminars have been very helpful in my life. I realized that consistency is a necessary step towards maturity and great character.
Patty, a young woman in a recovery group
John is honest and forthcoming about his life and the power of his choices..I highly recommend these seminars to anyone seeking release from their own addiction issues or dealing with someone who is addicted.
John Emra, director of LIFOC
Thank you for being so personable and honest. You have encouraged my heart and opened my mind to some new points.
Raina, a young woman in recovery
I have found less evidence that addiction is a disease, and more evidence that it is simply sin, which is a choice. This truth may not be very popular but that does not change the fact that it is a truth, one which I have discovered and experienced in my life.