Book details Bridgeton man’s journey out of drug abuse

By Matt Ralph —  March 16, 2013 — Leave a comment

michael-williamsBridgeton resident and recovering drug addict Michael Williams Jr. shares his remarkable story of transformation that was recently the subject of a Christian Post article in a book titled Pushed Out the Crack House Into God’s House: How to Allow Your Past to Push You Into Your Destiny.

The book description:

Have you ever lost hope in life because of your past? Has a situation taken hold of you? Are you a backslider? It’s okay It is never too late to be who God has created you to be. NOW, is the acceptable time for you to allow your past to push you into your destiny God led me from a house that had “crack” in it to the only person who was capable of filling those “cracks” in me. His name is Jesus Christ and He will make right all the wrongs in your life if you allow Him to. ‘Pushed Out the Crack House’ tells how I was pushed from a bad situation into something greater, it just so happened that my bad situation was an actual crack house. Were you once in a bad situation; or do you find yourself in one now? Does it seem as if your past is holding you back? The Lord hears your cry If someone once told you that you’re hopeless, like they told me; or maybe you told yourself this…then this book is for YOU Jesus has a destiny for my life and he has one for yours and He will use your past to get you there.

Williams is a minister-in-training at Glory Tabernacle in Bridgeton, where he found work as a custodian  after attending a faith-based rehab program.

His book is available on in print and ebook (affiliate link) >>

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