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Subtitle: A Son's Addiction Becomes a Father's Greatest Teacher
Forgiving Kevin is a true story about a father's effort to trust in Holy Spirit's advice while his son descended into the abyss of heroin addiction. The story is written from the personal journals of the father asking a Higher Power for guidance to help his son. The reader experiences the process of dealing with the lies, crime, violence, and betrayal by a beloved son caught in the grip of an insidious illness.
How can a father save his beloved son from the horrors of opiate addiction? This is a true story of a father/son relationship that withstood seven years of addiction, recovery, and relapse. Kevin was a star athlete and his father was his high school coach. When Kevin becomes an opiate addict, his father turns to his Higher Power for advice to help him. This is the father's story of his struggles to follow Spirit's lead and come from a place of unconditional love — no matter how difficult the circumstances.
Larry Glenz served as a high school history teacher and athletic coach on Long Island in New York for 36 years. He also served as a travel tour group leader for hundreds of teenagers to destinations in Europe, Australia, Asia, and Africa.
His success as an athletic coach earned him recognition in the Long Island/Metropolitan Lacrosse Hall of Fame and the New York State High School Athletic Coaches Hall of Fame. He was inducted into the National High School Coaches Hall of Fame in 2008. He continues to serve as a volunteer assistant coach in the same school since his retirement from teaching.
Larry received his ordination as a reverend for his church, Pathways of Light, in 2008. The foundation of the organization is the spiritual path called A Course in Miracles. He facilitates Pathways courses for students, hosts weekly A Course in Miracles study groups, and writes for the Pathways of Light quarterly magazine Miracles News.
by Larry Glenz