Alcohol and substance abuse: a clergy handbook
How does a minister respond to a cry for help when the concern is alcohol or drug abuse? With one out of eight adults in the country suffering from alcohol dependency or drug abuse and one out of four families distressed by someone
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THE CLERGY AS CATALYST
PROHIBITION OR PREVENTION?
ALCOHOLISMSIN OR SICKNESS?
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