The dramatic and inspiring true story of a former drug addict called to win the lost and challenge others to do the same....
Ever heard of someone hitting rock bottom before they finally have a come-to-Jesus moment? Well, Brian will be the first to admit he couldn’t tell you which rock bottom finally did the trick!
In this riveting account of his personal testimony, he tells the story of how he went from a life in ruins from the consequences of his addictions to sober, clean, and studying for the ministry, as well as inventor of several medical devices already beginning to change countless lives.
The Lord Jesus is a God of restoration. He has the ability to create something from nothing, which is where Brian's life story goes to and comes back from: the very bottom.
This book is for people that are or have been bound to drugs and alcohol and can't imagine a way out, or you know someone who has and would be encouraged by this powerful and encouraging story of redemption and radical transformation.
"I wrote an intentionally short book because I wanted to make it a quick and easy read for as many people as possible. I know many have not gone as far into drugs and alcohol as I have while I also know many have and are currently stuck in their bondage. It’s my prayer this book can be placed in their hands as an encouragement and a lifeline. If God can do it for me, he can do it for you as well!" (Brian Mohika)
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A powerful example of God's power at work
Brian's story of how God redeemed him and transformed his life is powerful and puts encouragement into my heart to believe for redemption and transformation in the most broken and twisted individuals I encounter
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- Amber Fernandez
A Refreshing Read
“From Cocaine to Christ” is a refreshing listen. Brian is completely raw as he describes the “Cocaine” part of his journey, which includes a history of domestic abuse, addiction to multiple substances, dysfunctional relationships, and legal consequences. But he doesn’t dwell there. The reader feels his excitement as he reaches the “Christ” part of his story, when God took over. The best part is that “Christ” isn’t the end of Brian’s story: It’s the beginning. The second part of this book shares God working in spectacular ways, and as Brian continues to follow God, these works will continue. There are many books (hopefully) yet to be written of God’s work as testified by Brian.
Best quote, regarding God’s love:
“The best way for me to describe it would be like finding gasoline for a dollar. Wouldn’t you tell everyone?”