65: George Matthews Jr., Author

George Matthews tells how he overcame the trauma of severe childhood abuse, forced separation from his family, homelessness, drug addiction and crime, imprisonment, restlessness and rejection, to become a successful business, church and family leader. His surprising transformation is recorded in his autobiographical book, A Walk With the Living God, and on this week’s episode of the Now I See podcast.

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