Recovery Coach Erik Frederickson shares his years of recovery experience through priceless insights. He is passionate about helping you break free and stay free addiction. You’ll get real and raw stories that will shock you and inspire you.
In this episode our friend Shanda Miller shares her story that has to be heard to be believed. She shares how she overcame unbelievable circumstances and entered into an amazing and fulfilling life with God. Prepare to laugh, cry, and be filled with HOPE.
In this episode my friend Heather Rhea shares her powerful story of redemption and overcoming. You are sure to draw endless hope and strength from listening to the story of her journey from addiction and personal struggles, to freedom and purpose. Enjoy!
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In this episode an ancient Japanese custom is dissected and it’s correlation for healing in our present day and lives. Your brokenness is just an opportunity for God to bring amazing healing and wholeness.
Abuse, addiction, and left to be a single mom struggling with heavy addiction...until God changed everything. She now goes into jails, rehabs, and back alleys and helps people step into the beautiful life that is available for them.
In this episode I had the privilege of interviewing Joe Turner. Joe was born into a biker gang, was dealing drugs in his early teens, and endured years of the dark reality of addiction and street life. He now lives a powerful life of success and recovery! Anyone is sure to draw hope from this powerful interview.
I had the privilege of interviewing my friend Ryan Wilson. Roughly 2 decades of addiction, pronounced dead twice from overdose, and endless troubles. He now lives a beautiful life of transformation. Enjoy, and share with someone you know that may need some hope.
Recovery Coach Erik Frederickson shares a story about how he learned to be understanding, rather then judgmental. He shares some practical and powerful insights that can be translated into your own recovery.