Monday, July 24, 2017
Secrets By Jonathan Daugherty Review @litfuse @NewGrowthPress @bebroken
Everyone has a secret or two, a part of their life they would rather not share with the rest of the world.
But for Jonathan Daugherty, his secret was so life-altering and relationship-ending that he fought to keep it hidden at all costs. And it did cost him. His secret kept him from contentment, peace, and the possibility of being known and loved for who he truly is.
But that's not how the story ends. While Jonathan struggled, someone else was at work-his heavenly Father. At the lowest possible moment of his life, God stepped in and brought him hope and healing.
This is a story of both loss and redemption that gives hope to anyone who has ever experienced the power and struggle of addiction and its life-destroying effects.
Addiction doesn't have the final say over Jonathan's life or in his marriage. The God who finds the lost, heals the sick, and brings life from death has the last, victorious word.
-Suitable as a study for support groups of addicts and those who care about them.
Learn more and purchase a copy.
Jonathan Daugherty is the founder of Be Broken Ministries, and founder of Gateway to Freedom workshop for men. He also hosts the weekly radio broadcast, Pure S** Radio, and is in demand nationally as a speaker on s****l purity and men's issues. He has appeared on multiple radio and television media, both local and national. He has authored "Grace-Based Recovery," "The 4 Pillars of Purity," and other works. Jonathan lives with his wife and three children in San Antonio, Texas.
Find out more about Jonathan at http://www.jonathandaugherty.com .
I received a complimentary copy.
Cassandra's Review- SPOILER ALERT__ DO NOT LET YOUR KIDS NEAR THIS BOOK, if you have never or will not at this time talk about love making in any form. I should have read more about the book before agreeing to review it on my family friendly site. While it is not super explicit or out there on the raw level, the topic and trus story might be super uncomfortable for the reader.
I know at this time in life everyone freely speaks about and talks about it and honestly kids no way more than adults most of the this is just going to be a preference thing. While it might be good for people with addictions, I think it may interest or get someone interested in a new one that they might not have been aware of.