Almost a Failure: My Life Without Jesus Christ

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AuthorHouse, Dec 29, 2011 - Biography & Autobiography - 176 pages
For seventeen years I lived in Americas first housing projects. Ive witnessed in full contrast the struggles of living in poverty the drugs and the everyday violence. Statistics read that I would never see the year two thousand because of "Black on black crime". In the nineteen eighties throughout the mid nineties, seven out of ten African American males were dying because of Black on Black crime. My story is one that is rarely told or heard coming from the projects, in the voice of a precarious child to a dysfunctional teenager, and a spiritually broken young man. As people we love to reminisce and we all have those memories that are forever burned into our mind. Some memories make us feel emotional either happy or sad. Then some people are witnesses to some things in life and those memories haunt them. I'm a witness and those memories are now a part of my testimony in a unique read titled "Almost A Failure, my life without Jesus Christ. My proposed title Almost a Failure will take the reader inside my life and my family. This book will give inspiration and spiritual motivation to the young adults, teens, and the adults from my generation and those who love to read real life testimonies. I also discuss two controversial topics. The hip-hop industry and politics and religion, my endeavors in the music business and how politics and religion affect the way we live in Black America.
 

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About the author (2011)

I was born on October 21 1972 in a Catholic hospital in the suburbs outside of Chicago IL. I was raised in one of Americas first housing projects Altgeld Gardens located on the far south side of Chicago in the midst of gang violence and poverty. At the age twelve I did however started participating in gang activities it wasn’t too long before I started selling drugs and living on the wrong side of the law. At age 17 I graduated from Carver High School located in the community I was raised. After graduation I joined the military Army National Guard, while in the service I attended Columbia College in Chicago. I majored in Journalism and film. I enjoy working with kids and helping others my, life experiences inspired me to right the book. I’m now a father an older man with a testimony to help spiritually influence the youth and young adults, teens and even those from my generation who are lost and fallen victim to the streets without a spiritual guidance. My journey to reach this point in my life was all God’s plan.

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