How Far Is Forward?
My military career ended with honor at the time President Lyndon B. Johnson was the Commander in Chief of these United States. I served in the United States Coast Guard, the United States Navy, and the United States Army in combat during the World War II, Korea, and Viet Nam. When my military career ended, I entered a job market in which civil rights had become a reality. Therefore, with my education, electronic training, and motivation, I was able to secure a job working for the Minolta Corporation. My military service and my employment at Minolta enabled me to support my family: three boys and one girl who are all adults now. In looking back over my life, my memories of a strong religious upbringing brought me back to the church. As a result, I found myself being called into the ministry. Following God's directions, I found myself moving from Browns Mills, New Jersey to Columbia, South Carolina. Presently, I serve as founder and president of Worthy is the Lamb Outreach Ministries (Revelation 5:12). Therefore, proceeds from the book will be used in funding programs for the elderly, the sick, and the needy through my ministry. To God Be the glory!
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