From Kilos to the Kingdom
Joe Green was once on sinking sand. Now he is standing on a solid rock. The young man who was once a menacing influence is now an on-air radio station personality who is shining a bright light as the president of Hensley Broadcasting, Inc. In June of 2007 Joe Green purchased radio station 720 AM THE ROCK and became the first African-American to ever own an FCC licensed radio station in Central Pennsylvania. An unforgettable chronicle of faith, courage, and determination, From Kilos to the Kingdom is the intriguing account of how Joe Green stepped out in simple, unwavering obedience to God to defeat all odds. With tact and discretion, this authorized biography uncovers his past self-destructive background as a street hustler and chronicles his now radically transformed life as a man committed to his call to positively influence lives. The inspirational life story of this media leader truly proves that through God all things are possible regardless of any failures, setbacks, or disadvantages an individual has faced in life.
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