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Ministry of Nuts~the book series, is about a man broken by life, yet who recovered and became a minister. Subsequently, he was inspired to help other people to recover from life’s tribulations.
Ministry of Nuts~the book series, is about a man broken by life, yet who recovered and became a minister. Subsequently, he was inspired to help other people to recover from life’s tribulations.

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Come on out to meet Recovery author Charlie Amos at the Living Room bookstore in Bastrop, Texas, 11 a.m. til 1 p.m. on Saturday, August 16. Charlie will sign books and read a few excerpts from his new book that takes readers on a journey to spiritual freedom and awakening.
Recovery delivers a genuine and inspirational philosophy for living through, and beyond, addiction and personal trauma. The first book in a three-part series, Recovery reflects on the restoration and transformation that takes place in the early days of the recovery process. Part memoir, part journal Recovery is an interactive novel that encourages the reader to chronicle their own experiences as they strive for wholeness of body, mind and spirit.

Charlie Amos has survived trauma, heart attacks, strokes, cancer and chemical dependency to become an author, inspirational speaker, philanthropist and pillar of the recovery community. In Recovery he delivers a powerful message of hope, faith and strength that resonates with people from all walks of life.
Through his writings, teachings and public service, Charlie continues to carry the message worldwide that spiritual freedom through personal recovery is within reach.

Charlie serves as a board member for several local nonprofits, including SerenityStar Recovery Resource Center, the Bastrop Family YMCA and Keep Bastrop County Beautiful. He also teaches a course in ‘Writing for Recovery’.
 
“Recovery is a process of living and a philosophy for growth.”
~ Charlie Amos
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MENTAL CROWD CONTROL

A lot of early recovery is like mental mind control. My mind was so disordered that I didn’t know how to think. I certainly didn’t know how to live.

It hadn’t resonated with me yet to put down my own thoughts and start following the intuition of my spirit. I didn’t trust me, I didn’t trust God, and I sure didn’t trust you.

By Charlie Amos
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