Power, Money & Sex: How Success Almost Ruined My Life

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Thomas Nelson Incorporated, Aug 1, 1999 - Biography & Autobiography - 208 pages
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Superstar Deion Sanders tells his powerful life story and reveals how power, money and sex could not satisfy the void in his life-a void ultimately satisfied by his relationship with Christ. A photo section included in this national best-seller.

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User Review  - Brian Williams - Goodreads

Few people know that Deion Sanders attempted suicide by driving his sports car off of a cliff when he was at the top of his NFL career years ago. Power, money, and sex didn't come close to filling the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Johnathan - Goodreads

At the beginning it was a good book. It talked about his life as it was now and as a little kid. But as the story went on it started to get boring. At the end of the story I didn't like that book. I ... Read full review

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Sanders, ever since he went pro in 1989, has been known as "Prime Time, " the hottest defensive back in the National Football League and a base-stealing sensation in Major League Baseball.

Jim Nelson Black is founder and chairman of Sentinel Research Associates in Washington, D.C. and is former executive director of The Wilberforce Forum, a public policy think tank and research institute headed by Charles W. Colson. An author, educator, and researcher, Dr. Black has written six previous books and served as editor and collaborator on more than two-dozen others with notable public figures and religious leaders. He speaks frequently on cultural issues and has appeared on more than four hundred radio and television broadcasts.

T.D. Jakes is the founder and senior pastor of The Potter's House of Dallas, Inc., and a regular personality on the "Dr. Phil" show. The "New York Times" bestselling author of "Making Great Decisions" and "Reposition Yourself", he lives in Dallas, Texas.

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