Faith, Hope, and Enough B. S. to Keep the Wheels Greased
Faith, Hope and Enough, "B.S.", to Keep the Wheels Greased, is the real life story of Henry Overstreet, a fifty-two-year-old modern day prophet, who lives in rural Tennessee. Henry is a very common man with a very uncommon life story. Starting at the age of nine, Henry has had many random encounters with the likes of Creedence Clearwater Revival, Oprah Winfrey, Brooks and Dunn, Faith Hill, Jeff Foxworthy, Taylor Swift and others. During these encounters, all of which happened very early on in their careers, Henry had a conversation with them in which he gave them advice that helped them become famous. In addition to the random encounters with stars, Henry, who is and always has been the kind of person to go out of his way to stop and help others, has had many other uncommon adventures. Some are humorous, some are life threatening, while others are as heart warming as anything you have ever read. Henry's is an inspirational story of hope, adventure, danger, courage and what can happen when someone gets up each morning and lives their life in such a way as to brighten someone else's day. It will make everyone who reads it laugh, cry and want to be a better person.
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