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For those caught up in the throes of depression, addiction, and/or spiritual confusion, author Ron Alexander unveils his memoir to share how God has redeemed and healed him from sins that threatened his life. Don't Tell Me What to Do is the beginning of Ron's book ministry, a spiritual calling that he become God's vessel and instrument of healing

Don't Tell Me What To Do

  •  Seeking God? Are you addicted to drugs or alcohol? Do you know someone struggling with addiction or mental illness? Ron Alexander has written a masterfully scripted memoir, Don't Tell Me What to Do, for those who are lost, depressed, or may believe life holds no meaning. Alexander's memoir chronicles his life from 1954 to 2005, where he experienced firsthand social changes that shaped our country's future. From pre and post-segregation, the political and social impact of Martin Luther King, Malcolm X, and Huey Newton's Black Panther Party, Alexander interweaves them brilliantly with how they affected his life. After years of harboring deep resentment and anger, attending twelve-step meetings, and languishing in mental health institutions, through the grace of God, he was able to embrace a life filled with joy, love, hope, and redemption. Ron Alexander's poignant narrative reveals how God can heal your life despite a painful past.

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