September 20, 2017
“RECYCLED Ezekiel’s Plan for Freedom from ADDICTION”: A Bible-inspired plan for overcoming addiction. “RECYCLED Ezekiel’s Plan for Freedom from ADDICTION” is the creation of published author, Bill Miller. Bill Miller has a unique and extensive background in the field of addiction and homeless services, including more than a decade of addiction to prescription drugs. He has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Asbury College of Wilmore, Kentucky and a Masters of Social Work from The University of Kentucky. In addition, he has many hours of training in Law Enforcement from the U.S. Army Military Police. He has administered both government and church sponsored Treatment Programs. He has also taught at numerous conferences. He has traveled all over the world preaching and teaching about addiction and recovery. He has created two faith based treatment options called the Basics Of Life Training (b.o.l.t) and the Spiritual Growth Programs (s.g.p.). He has worked in the inner cities of Detroit, Chicago, Atlanta, St. Louis, and Minneapolis. He is the proud father of Josh Miller as well as three stepchildren, Chris, Sammy, and Irene Kim.
“Do you struggle with addiction? Do you feel controlled by emotions of Depression/Anxiety? Do You feel like there is no hope, no way for you to be honest that you have problems even addiction? Are you one of the Casualties of the Epidemic of Prescription Medication Addiction? If yes, to any of these, this BOOK IS FOR YOU!” –Bill Miller
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Bill Miller’s new book reveals the processes God uses to recycle those damaged by sin and addiction to guide readers to overcome their addictions.
Recycling means to convert waste into reusable material through some process. The Scriptures are filled with this concept. God takes the sin-stained and garbage-filled lives of His lost Children. Through His grace and process, He saves and renews them.
From the pages of Ezekiel comes a plan for freedom from addictions and idols. By combining Biblical teachings with the twelve steps of AA, as well as the author’s thirty years of experience as an administer of government and church sponsored treatment programs, Bill Miller offers a new way forward. After struggling with his own…