January 1, 2013 | 4:13 pm
Posted by Beit T'shuvah
This past Saturday Harriet Rossetto, CEO and Founder of Beit T'Shuvah, celebrated the release of her new book, Sacred Housekeeping--A Spiritual Memoir.
The memoir is more than just the story of Harriet's life, it is the tale of a woman who set out on an unpopular mission to rehabilitate Jewish ex-convicts into society.
This venture soon became more than a job; it became her passion and life's work. Now, more than 25 years later, that vision has spawned the congregation of Beit T'Shuvah--a faith-based recovery center which helps people recover from addiction and learn to live again.
This story of commitment and redemption is interwoven with the unique experiences of Harriet's courageous life to form a Spiritual Memoir that is both uplifting and inspiring.
To purchase a copy in either Paperback or Digital form visit Amazon.com.
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