Steve Holder

Steve Holder
Steve Holder
No One Walks Alone
This is my autobiography where I chronicle my struggles with depression, anxiety, and addiction.
Twelve Steps Past Hell
Life Sucks:Is There Hope For Me?
Alcoholics Anonymous:Then and Now
Lessons From the Bible
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Steve Holder was born and raised in the northeastern corner of the great state of Tennessee. He was a member of the Boy Scouts of America. His first job was washing dishes in a small hometown restaurant called The Dutch Maid. He later moved up in the world to Bob’s Car Wash and received a huge wage of $1 per hour.

He is also a veteran who served in the 101st Airborne Division of the United States Army. He volunteered soon after turning 18 years of age, and went through basic training at Fort Knox, Kentucky and later transferred to Fort Campbell, which is on the border of Tennessee and Kentucky.

Steve is also an ordained minister with a Doctor of Ministry degree from the Spirit of Truth Institute. He has done a lot with his ministry training over the years, including facilitating a Bible Study in a prison near his hometown, and writing an extensive Bible Correspondence Course with students all over the USA.

He has preached and taught at various churches over the years, and created websites to display his articles and announcements of ministry activities. He once published a monthly newsletter called The Anointed Lamb for his ministry that went by the name of Think God Ministries.

He is an accomplished writer with one piece of fiction and four non-fiction titles to his credit. His most recent book is actually his autobiography called No One Walks Alone, where he chronicles his issues with depression, anxiety, and addiction. He resides in east Tennessee where he spends his time writing, marketing his work on social media, and attending Bible studies.

He is a Freemason, and a Knight Templar, and is a proud member of Unicoi Masonic Lodge #681 in Unicoi, Tennessee, where he was awarded Mason of the Year 2018.

God is good.