A Very Fine House Paperback
A Mother's Story of Love, Faith, and Crystal Meth
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A Very Fine House
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A Very Fine House is an intimate memoir of a mother?s family turned upside down by her daughter?s descent into meth addiction and crime. Bright and beautiful, Annie is an unlikely candidate for meth. But living fast and hard on the streets of Bend, Oregon, she commits crimes against herself, the community and her own family.
The author chronicles her child?s addiction in a way that other writers have not. What begins as an obsession to save her daughter, and a rage against God for allowing drugs to devour her college-age girl, transforms into release in a life changing letting-go-and-letting-God moment. Barbara weaves throughout the pages the many gifts that she received on her journey ? the insights, epiphanies, lessons and truths that show her the way to restoration.
Barbara?s story of hope and redemption will resonate with others who have friends or relatives facing addiction. But it?s also a book for everyone looking for tangible proof that God cares. There is evidence that a power greater than ourselves can achieve what we cannot... if we can just get out of the way.
A Very Fine House by Zondervan was published by Zondervan in September 2014 and is our 27990th best seller. The ISBN for A Very Fine House is 9780310341239.
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|Page last updated||3rd September 2016|
|Author / Artist||Zondervan|
|Publisher||Zondervan (September 2014)|
|Number of Pages||272|