From Addiction to Redemption: Remembering Jim

Author Nancy Carroll-McEndree Tells True Story of One Man’s Remarkable Transformation in New Book

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"I firmly believe that all who have found themselves in these circumstances can experience, as Jim did, that these tragedies do not have to be the final estate and end of any life story," McEndree said.

Tampa, Fla. (PRWEB) April 14, 2014

As Nancy Carroll-McEndree said goodbye to her brother Jim, she knew that she had to finish the story he began, revealing the heartbreaking, yet hopeful journey of his life.

In her book “Remembering Jim”, Nancy Carroll-McEndree shares the compelling true story of her brother’s life-changing transformation. As readers watch Jim transform from a selfish, absentee father and husband, to an educated, philanthropic minister, they will realize the power of faith in overcoming life’s challenges.

“I firmly believe that all who have found themselves in these circumstances can experience, as Jim did, that these tragedies do not have to be the final estate and end of any life story,” McEndree said.

As McEndree unfolds Jim’s story, readers will gain insight into topics such as abuse, redemption and forgiveness.

McEndree, a nationwide speaker and lifestyle counselor, hopes that by revealing Jim’s journey of faith, she will encourage others to take a vested interest in the addicts, homeless and mentally impaired.

“Remembering Jim”
By Nancy Carroll-McEndree
ISBN: 978-1-4908-0786-7
Retail price: $10.73
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and WestBow Press online bookstores

About the author
Nancy Carroll-McEndree holds a neuropathic medicine degree and PhD from the International Institute of Alternative Medicine, Philosophy and Research.

She is the Vice-President of Meduna Health International, co-founder of the International Institute of Original Medicine and co-author of “The Body Temple.” She shares her brother’s story to fulfill his dying wish that he might give hope to someone who has endured similar hardships.

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