Ghetto to Godly
Xulon Press, 2007 M08 1 - 224 pages
Ghetto to Godly Is your heart heavy? Do you feel burdened by some of the things in your past that embarrass you? Did you know that you can be released from everything and everyone who hurt you? This is a true story of one girls' battle with promiscuity, drug addiction, and other adversities that controlled her life. As she recalls all accounts of her life she is reminded that each time turmoil strikes she finds comfort in the Word of God, but her faith is continuously tested because the bad things in her life seem to out weigh the good. The author of this autobiography is not an ordained minister and she did not attend any school of divinity, but her credibility as a living witness of the power of God gives her possession of something that can never be discredited, her testimony. This book will change somebody's life and destiny. I know it changed mine. My name is Tracy Moody--Williams and this is my story. TRACY MOODY-WILLIAMS is a Paterson, New Jersey native who relocated to Raleigh, North Carolina in 2001. Her move to North Carolina has re--directed the priorities in her life. Always a poet, she has contributed her talent to personalized greeting cards, obituaries, and other writing projects. Since the release of her book, she has dedicated most of her time forming a non-profit organization. This Christian based organization will cater to the needs of teenagers battling drug addictions, domestic violence, and instilling basic life skills to teenagers who are facing single parenthood. She is adamant about helping the casualties of addictive behavioral groups because of her own adversities faced as a teenager.
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