Broken Life Healed Through Faith, Autobiographical Triumph A true story of inspirational recovery from overwhelming adversity HENDERSON, Ky. - A childhelp.org report says, "Nearly two-thirds of the people in treatment for drug abuse reported being abused as children." As Willie Pringle attests to in his new autobiography, Another-Way: Living to Live Again (published by Trafford Publishing) - written as Supernatural Soldier - victims of child abuse are easily thrown into a pattern of self-destruction which is difficult to overcome. To finally break the pattern of self-destructive behaviors in his life, Pringle surrendered his life to Jesus Christ, a way of life instilled by his parents from an early age. When I trusted God with all my heart and believed in His word like I use to believe in that bottle. God accomplished in my life what I never could in many years of trouble trying all Willie would have done was get drunk. God took in his hands poor broken little Willie afflicted from my childhood and transformed me into a mature and healthy young man. Simply put God took my sorrow and gave me joy He got the whole world in his hands plus little Willie I don't want to be left out. As I discovered in a very dramatic way, happiness and heartache are drawn from the same inner well, and the way we respond to life determines from which cup we choose to drink. In Another-Way, Pringle delivers the powerful and inspirational story of his life, in which he overcame the oppressive memories of suffering abuse as a child and the fears that controlled his life and led him to severe alcoholism. His triumphant recovery shines as an example of how a broken life can be rebuilt through faith. About the Author Willie Pringle was born in Benton Harbor, Michigan where he was raised in the Church of God in Christ faith by both parents. He struggled with substance abuse for a number of years, and has pledged to live a life of sobriety. He lives in Henderson, Kentucky.
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