Sting: Moment of Truth
J. Countryman, 2004 - Biography & Autobiography - 128 pages
Life was one big act for wrestling super star Steve Borden, a.k.a. Sting. On the home front, however, his marriage faltered on the brink of failure while he took the fast track in his wrestling career-and to a radical entertainer lifestyle, including an addiction to prescription drugs. Confessing his problems to his wife was the beginning of a process that brought the prideful, self-sufficient champion to his knees. It was to be the greatest wrestling match of his life, and God was taking him to the mat.
God had been planting seeds in Borden's life from the time he entered professional wrestling-his brother and sisters's conversions and witnesses, his family's prayers, the witness of wrestler Ted Dibiasi-and the peace and joy he saw in the lives of other Christians. Now, the confrontation by his wife, whom he didn't want to lose, plus the fear of life without his two young sons, made his fame and fortune worthless. He was humbled. That was in August 1998. Sting became a new man in Christ and his marriage was restored. Today, he drops scriptures into conversation as easily and naturally as he once dropped opponents in the ring. He still loves a challenge, but where he once relied on a fluorescent face and shocking stunts, he now tackles each challenge with a firm faith in Christ alone.
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Review: Sting: Moment of TruthUser Review - winkie - Christianbook.com
Entertaining, interesting, shows what the power of love and of prayer will do, even if you must wait for God's timing. Good pictures and history of wrestling. A positive storyline. Read full review
It was okay.User Review - Margaret - Christianbook.com
This book was not what I expected. I thought the title was the guy lead in a singing group. As I read, I then realized who Steve was. I faintly remembered who Sting was as I got into the story. I was ... Read full review