Riders for God: The Story of a Christian Motorcycle Gang by Rich Remsberg
Our oldest son went cold turkey in an inner-city detox center. He had been an alcoholic and an abuser of other drugs for 14 years. After he had gone through some ten days of delirium tremens and withdrawal, the executive of the center, a charismatic and a recovering alcoholic, told him, “You’ve got to find a new playpen and a new set of playmates or you can’t stay sober.”
Tex Sample is coordinator of the Network for the Study of U.S. Lifestyles, based in Phoenix, Arizona, and Robert B. and Kathleen Rogers Professor Emeritus of Church and Society at Saint Paul School of Theology in Kansas City, Missouri.