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Kayelynn Grayce details addiction, sin and forgiveness in new book

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I wanted to share with new members of my AA group how the Lord changed my life, and how He could change theirs, too.

Let he who is without sin cast the first stone.

One day in 2012, author and recovering alcoholic Kayelynn Grace was watching “Enjoying Everyday Life with Joyce Meyer” when she decided that she would vow to become the “Joyce Meyer of Alcoholics Anonymous.”

“I wanted to share with new members of my AA group how the Lord changed my life, and how He could change theirs, too,” Grayce said.

In Grayce’s book, “A Spiritual Awakening,” she emphasizes to readers who might be struggling with similar addictions or other personal challenges that there is no sin too big or too unique to be deemed unforgiveable by God.

Grayce also channels characters and stories from the Bible throughout her book, intertwining them with similar events and people in her life.

“The Bible is not a Who’s Who book of saints, but story after story of real people who dealt with real life issues and sinned along the way,” Grayce said.

Through Grayce’s open and honest words, and the power of biblical verse, readers can explore their spiritualties and find paths to their own spiritual awakenings.

A Spiritual Awakening
By Kayelynn Grayce
ISBN: 978-1-4908-6637-6
Available in hardcover, softcover and e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and WestBow

About the author
Kayelynn Grayce currently resides in Oklahoma with her two dogs, Brutus and Tramp. She enjoys participating in volunteer activities and is a true humanitarian at heart.

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