Forgetta 'Bout It

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Bridge-Logos, Jan 1, 2007 - Christian converts - 173 pages
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A gangster turned pastor? When God gets hold of a Mafia member, life on the streets gets very interesting. Unlike most mob stories that end in tragedy, the dramatic life story of Rocco Morelli is a testimony of triumph, the triumph of good over evil. The sheer power of God to transform a hardened criminal into a minister of the gospel will captivate readers of this book.

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About the author (2007)

Rocco Morelli grew up New Kensington, PA as a traditional Italian American in a town know as "Little Chicago" due to the mob's powerful influence and control there. Rocco uses his former life experiences to minister in prisons. He operates Rocco Morelli Ministries International in Clermont, Florida.

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