The Worth of Every Soul

by Gerald Curtis, LoAnne Curtis

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After 20 years of best-selling sucess, the expanded, updated version of The Worth of a Soul is here. Now the Curtis's (Gerald Curtis formerly published under the pseudonym of Steven A. Cramer) share how their dependence of Jesus Christ and their partnership with Him, helped them to preserve their marriage relationship and overcome the ravages of addiction. Readers will learn what they too must do to partner Christ in the recovery and healing process.

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By , Submitted on 2015-02-25

This is the definitive book for anyone struggling with any type of sexual addiction. It illustrates in great detail how the lives of the addicted person as well as the people around them are affected. It goes from the depth of despair through the process of excommunication to the long process of recovery and liberation from sin.

A really good book to understand the ravages of pornography in a marriage.
By , Submitted on 2015-02-25

This book was very helpful to understand what pornography can do to a life and a marriage. It is told in an easy to read real life story that engages the reader and helps an addicted person identify and validate his own struggles.

Very insightful book for everyone
By , Submitted on 2015-02-25

I came across this book while un-employed in Logan. I would go to the book store and read this book, finally bought it and treasure it. It is refreshing to hear how hard it is for members who are ex-communicated and the struggles that they have to come back. It helped me understand their struggles and how important it is to keep the commandments. I would recommend this for those who are trying to come back into the church and for others who just want to learn more about what others go through.

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