Beside the Gate: The Carrie Ahrendt Story Clyde Walker

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Published: November 25th 2013

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245 pages


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Beside the Gate: The Carrie Ahrendt Story  by  Clyde Walker

Beside the Gate: The Carrie Ahrendt Story by Clyde Walker
November 25th 2013 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 245 pages | ISBN: | 10.41 Mb

Thousands of addicts’ lives have been touched by Carrie Ahrendt in the 28 years she has led Hope for Addictions/Dependencies (H.A.D. Ministries). Carrie’s infectious smile and warm hugs communicate her deep love for the people whom many haveMoreThousands of addicts’ lives have been touched by Carrie Ahrendt in the 28 years she has led Hope for Addictions/Dependencies (H.A.D. Ministries). Carrie’s infectious smile and warm hugs communicate her deep love for the people whom many have rejected. To meet Carrie is to be loved.

From court room to recovery center, Carrie meets with dozens of recovering addicts every week to show them Christ’s love, caring, and acceptance.Beside the Gate is the inspiring story of Carrie’s marriage to Bernie, their journey to Bremerton, their struggle with anger and alcohol, and their remarkable conversion to Christ and how it led them to start H.A.D. Ministries to help addicts of all types. After Bernie’s death, Carrie teamed up with a small church in Silverdale, Wash., to continue the transforming work.Carrie’s personal story of addiction and recovery grew out of an early life of rebellion and pain.

It will surprise many who love her, and it will inspire everyone with the message that God can change any life. The experiences of her life, combined with her unique gifts, contribute to the impact she makes on recovering addicts today.



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