• A Bruised Reed He Will Not Break

A Bruised Reed He Will Not Break
-By Gary Hamilton


In this beautiful hardcover edition memoir of redemption, Gary Hamilton (1949-2015) tells his story of intense struggle and profound tragedy. Surviving drugs, prison, paraplegia, and loss, his life was a witness to how God can turn suffering into unexpected blessings. Just when you think life cannot possibly hit one man with another blow, Gary's story challenges the threshold of pain, surprisingly pushing and pointing others toward the God of grace.
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Editorial Reviews

I recommend this incredible book about the life of Gary Hamilton. I learned of Gary when we were 28 years old and have watched the transformation of his life from criminal to Christian. I know that it was a difficult journey for him and his family. Bottom line, it can be done, even when Satan is nipping at our heels.
--Jim Hayward, Weld County Sheriff's Office Commander (Retired)

Gary's story is both captivating and convicting. I couldn't put it down. Each turn of the page brought another vivid glimpse of the transformational grace and amazing power of God. Gary's story made me want to live a better story. His story of redemption has changed me forever.
--Arron Chambers, Lead Minister of Journey Christian Church and author of Eats With Sinners

The world says you'll never change a leopard's spots. Jesus changed all that when Gary invited Christ into his heart and the change is mind-boggling--from despair to hope, from death to life. Glory! The story is an awesome miracle.
--Lee Yoder, Colorado small business owner, partner in GM dealership and Herbies Auto Sales, and board member for Christian Business Men's Connection


About the Author

Gary Hamilton, a native of Colorado, survived a tragic train accident over twenty years ago, leaving him widowed and in a wheelchair. Prior to this life-altering event, Gary served twenty-seven months in prison where he became a Christian. Upon release, he worked for Prison Fellowship, ministering to those incarcerated in the Colorado area and surrounding states. Gary shared his testimony with Christian Business Men s Connection (CBMC), churches, and various ministries encouraging others to never give up hope in God. Gary L. Hamilton, 66, of Greeley, CO went to see the Lord on Tuesday, February 24, 2015. Gary leaves three children, Greg, Scotty, and Brittany, and six grandchildren.


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A Bruised Reed He Will Not Break

  • Product Code: BruisedReedBook-2
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Tags: Bruised Reed, Addiction, Redemption, Christian Memoir, Recovery