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Alcohol and Christianity - Bart's Journey To Sobriety

Christianity and Alcohol Abuse - One Man's Journey

In this episode of the Real Men Connect podcast, our guest Bart Nollenberger opens up about his raw and remarkable journey. From confronting his alcohol addiction to finding a path to sobriety and transforming his life. Tune in as myself and Bart candidly discuss alcohol and christianity, the trials, tribulations, and ultimately, the triumph of overcoming substance abuse.

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🎙️ Episode 822: Giving up alcohol - Bart Nollenberger's Journey to Sobriety

In this episode, you'll discover:

  • Bart's pivotal life lessons, including a credit card bill incident at age 21.

  • How support from unexpected places can change the trajectory of a person's life.

  • The complex influence of family dynamics, and Bart's drive to earn his father's approval.

  • Joe Martin's reflections on father figures, resonating with Bart's craving for paternal affirmation and the personal journeys they've both navigated.

  • The turning points that lead from the depths of addiction to the heights of recovery and success.

Bart's testimony is not just about recovery from addiction, it's about finding purpose, identity, and becoming the best version of oneself through godly influence and community support. This is a must-listen for anyone looking to understand the journey of addiction recovery or the profound impact of fatherhood.



Bart Nollenberger is a successful motivational speaker, sales trainer, executive coach, and author of the book: Keep the Change: Using the 12 Steps to Become a Better Leader in Every Area of Life.

Throughout his career in the auto industry, Bart spent considerable time learning, studying, and affecting change within his own life and business to maximize his potential and work with integrity and character. He has since used this experience to partner with some of the top companies in the world to help teach sales and leadership to their business leaders and supporting staff.

Bart seeks to inspire action with his heartfelt and authentic enthusiasm and energy. His objective is to be a resource for those who wish to make the most out of their natural gift in order to achieve success in all aspects of life.

Bart resides in Phoenix, AZ with his wife Mary. Between the 2 of them they have 10 kids and 6 grandkids.  If you would like to contact Bart, you can email him at 

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