Released in the UK NOVEMBER 2010
Released in the US JANUARY 2011
Pocket | 160 Pages | PB
978-1-85792-897-6 • £5.99 $8.99
BIC – HRC/BIO/GEN
BISAC – BIO018000
May Nicholson was a notorious fighting drunk in Ferguslie Park, Paisley until her conversion when she was 34. The last 22 years have been spend tirelessly working for the Lord as an outreach worker in Ferguslie Park, Church of Scotland Project Worker in Mid Craigie (a deprived area of Dundee) and now in Govan where she founded the Preshal (Gaelic for precious) Trust.
Irene Howat is an award-winning author and a talented artist in Ayrshire, Scotland. She is married to a retired minister and they have a grown family. She especially enjoys receiving letters from her readers and replies to all of them. Check out her new stories at www.story-a-month-club.org.uk.
... a challenging and encouraging book, reminding us that God can save people whom the world dismisses.
Peace and Truth
'Anyone who has lived with drug addicts and alcoholics knows how elusive hope is....This is the sort of story that could be labelled "unbelievable", except that it happens to be true! It's told honestly, with helpful angles from those whose lives interacted with May, and with an ever-present sympathy and understanding for all. Read it; study it in your churches to see what you can do; and give it to anyone who needs hope.'
Associate Minister, Smithton Free Church of Scotland, Inverness, formerly Chief Executive, London City Mission
‘Her story is an eloquent testimony to the saving and transforming power of Christ.'
British Church Newspaper