When Keith Meyer met his wife, Brooke, he was not a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. In fact, the day he first saw her, he had a beer in his hand. Keith had started drinking in his youth, but it wasn't until three years into his marriage that he wondered if he might be an alcoholic. That was when his story of recovery and conversion truly began. And although it's a process that is ongoing—a true fight against an ever-present struggle—they believe it is a story worth telling.
“The message that I got was ‘You’re not fighting him. He’s not the battle. You need to battle with him together to fight this addiction.’”
2:07- First Impressions
5:58- Drinking and Conversion
11:29- Drawing Upon the Power of the Atonement
17:35- Under the Influence
21:45- Daily Bread
24:46- Guilt and Shame
28:46- The Hand of God
33:20- Faith Over Fear
37:50- What Does It Mean To Be All In the Gospel of Jesus Christ?
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