Author Larry Bricker‘s newly released “A Dash of Hope” is a collection of short letters reflecting on a journey through unbearable pain to recovery through God’s grace.

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“A Dash of Hope” from Christian Faith Publishing author Larry Bricker is a personal account through letters written to his church of opioid dependence in the wake of a devastating spinal cord injury and intractable pain. Each letter is based upon Scripture and offers comfort, information, and inspiration to readers searching for hope in their own lives.

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“A Dash of Hope”: a chronicle of injury, addiction, recovery, and, above all, faith. “A Dash of Hope” is the creation of published author Larry Bricker, a husband, father, and grandfather who became disabled in 2006 due to a spinal cord injury.

Bricker shares, “Each of us needs hope in our lives. I believe that we need hope as much as we need water and air. Without hope, how would we make it through our lives? Because of my physical condition, I always have hope in a better day tomorrow. I have learned to look for hope in all that I do. I have tried to take hope and bring it into my writings. I always build my short letters based upon Scripture. With this firm foundation, I know that my messages are based in truth. I use the ESV (English Standard Version) Bible for my Scripture passages. It is one of the leading “technically” accurate Bible translations available today. It is my firm desire that you too will emerge from this book with just a dash more of hope.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Larry Bricker‘s new book is a memoir of tragedy, perseverance, and strength through faith in in power of God’s grace.

View a synopsis of “A Dash of Hope” on YouTube.

Readers can purchase“A Dash of Hope” at traditional brick and mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, Kobo or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “A Dash of Hope”, contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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