Comfort At The Oasis: A book of hope and love told by women who beat the odds of addiction and prison recidivism!
Countless men and women have returned to society after spending time in rehabilitation centers and/or prison to become productive citizens defying the dangers of prison recidivism. This book presents a brief look into the lives of several individuals who have defied the odds of addiction and returning to prison. Read as they share some of what happened to them and how their lives changed drastically. They represent those whose stories have yet to be told sharing from the depths of their hearts situations that could break a man or woman forever. And yet they made it. It was by the grace of God!
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