Item description for One Day at a Time: Discovering the Freedom of 12-Step Spirituality by Trevor Hudson...
Overview Addiction, personal weakness, and feelings of inadequacy are issues many face daily. In One Day at a Time, South African Pastor, Trevor Hudson recalls his own battle with a gambling addiction and how he overcame it through God's grace and vision for his life. Using a step-by-step plan for a lifetime commitment to change, One Day at a Time offers principles that will help readers learn to reclaim a sense of self worth and renewal in their lives.
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Studio: Upper Room
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.51" Width: 5.3" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date Nov 1, 2007
Publisher Abingdon Church Supplies
ISBN 0835899136 ISBN13 9780835899130
Availability 0 units.
More About Trevor Hudson
Trevor Hudson is a Methodist minister, pastoral therapist, and retreat leader in Benoni, South Africa. He is the author of several books, including Hope Beyond Your Tears, The Serenity Prayer, One Day at a Time, and A Mile in My Shoes. Hudson travels widely to conduct conferences, workshops, and retreats.
Trevor Hudson currently resides in Benoni Benoni, South Africa Be. Trevor Hudson was born in 1951.
Reviews - What do customers think about One Day at a Time: Discovering the Freedom of 12-Step Spirituality?
Reads well; works better Oct 24, 2008
For people looking for a thoroughly tested way to progress toward Jesus and his character, this book is a great resource to use with a like-minded friend as you work the 12 steps. The steps aren't about alcohol; they're about learning to live in humble and honest cooperation with God--day by day or moment by moment--for the good of everyone, particularly those right around you.
I used this book to work the steps with a friend (my friend used Keith Miller's A Hunger for Healing Workbook), and have been thoroughly helped. Neither of us struggled with alcohol or typical addiction issues, but both of us knew we weren't the people we wanted to be, particularly as people who want to trust and follow Jesus. Working through the steps with this book and my friend has been truly helpful. There were several occasions in which Hudson's recommendations for how to work a given step were invaluable, turning an otherwise vague step into a workable and effective plan of action.
The book, as something to merely read, isn't particulary impressive, even though Hudson's style is very personal and honest. But, like the 12 steps, it's not written to be merely read. It's written to help someone work the steps toward actual progress, and toward that end it's a really good book.