Speaking to the Addictive Personality in the Local Congregation by Jay Haug

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Addictions are increasing among us, both inside and outside the church. But too often the church does not speak directly to these problems and as a result many inside the church are dying a slow spiritual death, many believing that there is no hope or no possibility of relief and rest from these problems. But there is a way forward, a way out. In this brief book, Jay Haug, using principles from the gospel and the 12 Steps, outlines a message that can speak to all people, both inside and outside the church, to both the addict and the ordinary person alike, a message that offers rest and relief and points the way to freedom. Using personal examples and events from the life of Jesus Christ and the Apostle Paul, Jay outlines a way for pastors and preachers to speak to their congregants and to the world around them a life-transforming message of hope.

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Addictions are increasing among us, both inside and outside the church. But too often the church does not speak directly to these problems and as a result many inside the church are dying a slow spiritual death, many believing that there is no hope or no possibility of relief and rest from these problems. But there is a way forward, a way out. In this brief book, Jay Haug, using principles from the gospel and the 12 Steps, outlines a message that can speak to all people, both inside and outside the church, to both the addict and the ordinary person alike, a message that offers rest and relief and points the way to freedom. Using personal examples and events from the life of Jesus Christ and the Apostle Paul, Jay outlines a way for pastors and preachers to speak to their congregants and to the world around them a life-transforming message of hope.