Addiction to alcohol and drugs leaves confusion, despair, and broken relationships in its wake. Chemical dependency is a silent storm quietly raging within the church. Updated with information on the latest designer drugs, including crystal meth, this powerful resource will help guide individuals, families, and churches through their darkest times.
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Review 1 for Good News for the Chemically Dependent and Those Who Love Them
Date:January 28, 2010
Finding this book was very timely for me. I have been searching for information about the relationships between alcoholics and their family members. I love the fact that the author addresses codependence from a Biblical view. He helps you understand how to deal with an alcoholic that is still in denial as well as an alcoholic who has started seeking help. I only wish that he had expanded on the family members roles more.
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Review 2 for Good News for the Chemically Dependent and Those Who Love Them
Date:March 11, 2009
This book is the best I have ever read for helping someone who loves the chemically dependent. It explains very clearly what steps you should take to help them, and not hinder them from seeking help.