Importance Of My Field Education Experience
I must say the first several weeks presented somewhat of a challenge for me. I experienced some things in my body as well as taking care of many other things besides my full time workload and schoolwork. However, I reached all …show more content…
I tried Alcoholics Anonymous when I was still drinking and they had nothing for me, I needed Jesus, I needed the truth and I did not find it there. There can only be true deliverance from addiction through the power of the blood of Jesus Christ. This is the reason why I am choosing this area of ministry.
I want to share an excerpt from someone with experience with alcoholism “As I look back on my addiction, the course can be plotted step by step on the curve, the sin leading to a diseased condition of the mind and body. I wish someone, anyone, would have recognized my plight and intervened. As with many addicts, the "I can" syndrome reigned in my life: "I can do it myself," "I got myself into this; I can get myself out," and "I can quit any time I want." We deny the ability to control our lives, the shame and guilt become unbearable, and the spiral continues downward until it is interrupted”