The Cross Burns Brightly: A Hall-Of-Famer Tackles Racism and Adversity to Help Troubled Boys
Zondervan Publishing House, Oct 1, 1993 - Biography & Autobiography - 256 pages
An inspiring story that shows how one man's unselfish acts can truly change the world. Ex-football player Mel Blount bravely reaches out to the "shadow children" who are abused, forgotten, living on the streets--and gives them a home, security, and love. Battling attacks by the Ku Klux Klan and even the press, Blount has stood strong in his determination to overcome adversity. Photos.
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