Moses Lake Resident Releases Life Story

Curtis Shearer shares his life story of addiction and service in the prison system.
Sept. 17, 2012 - PRLog -- RINGGOLD, Ga. – Curtis Shearer, a former Moses Lake, Wash., resident, recently published his life story, chronicles his struggle with drugs and alcohol and his years of work in the prison system as a volunteer chaplain.

His book, The Seven Thunders, describes his teenager and young adult years partying and being strung out on drugs and alcohol. It wasn’t until he was faced with a potential prison sentence that Shearer changes his life and began searching for the answers to life’s questions.

The book documents his struggle with drugs and alcohol, his deliverance from his addictions, and his life of ministry and service in the prison system, his community, and abroad.

Shearer recently moved to Malaysia, where he will be working in the rural area of Borneo. He hopes to offer basic medical care to the people.

The Seven Thunders is published by TEACH Services, and is available through the publisher’s Web site (, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or local bookstores by request.

For more information, media professionals may contact Kalie Kelch at


TEACH Services, Inc. has been publishing and distributing Christian books since 1984. The company is a full-service publisher, offering authors editing, design, typesetting, and printing services. The company is located in Ringgold, Ga., but it serves authors from across the country and around the world.
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