"The Life Recovery Bible" is appropriate for alcoholics but can also be used for other kinds of addicts. The book is based on the 12-step recovery model that many behavioral-addiction recovery programs use to help different types of addicts, including alcoholics and drug abusers.
The 12-step model originated with Alcoholics Anonymous and forms the basis of a series of devotionals in the "Life Recovery Bible." In total, the book has 84 devotionals, and each ties in with a specific step from the 12-step model. Faith plays an important role in recovery addiction, according to Recovery.org. The writers of the "Life Recovery Bible," David Stoop and Stephen Arterburn, created the book to help addicts receive healing from God.