Everyone has a story

Everyone has a story! He may be living at the Atlantic City Rescue Mission, but with the help of a friend, Lavar Queen has published his first novel, “Maven Bloodmoon.” It’s a science fiction and fantasy story about a special agent, Queen said. He likes to write comic book stories and would like to find an illustrator to collaborate with, he said. The 31-year-old Atlantic City native has been creating characters and writing stories with his friends since the sixth grade, and he is still a big fan of Spider-Man, the Avengers, and Batman. But it wasn’t until he met Michael Williams, of...

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Your Purpose Is Greater than your struggles!

Do you wake up every day not wanting to just exist but want to live on purpose? You wholeheartedly want to please God but knowing that you struggle in a particular area you don’t always feel worthy to do what God called you to do. Author Michael L. Williams Jr. learned that the things he struggled with were the only thing that was powerful enough to ignite his PURPOSE! Your Purpose Is Greater than your struggles! One day, as I slept God showed me a vision, and in that vision, he was standing at the top of a mountain and all around...

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Everyone Has A Story: A.C. Rescue Mission Resident Publishes Novel

See Original Post He may be living at the Atlantic City Rescue Mission, but with the help of a friend, Lavar Queen has published his first novel, “Maven Bloodmoon.” It’s a science fiction and fantasy story about a special agent, Queen said. He likes to write comic book stories and would like to find an illustrator to collaborate with, he said. The 31-year-old Atlantic City native has been creating characters and writing stories with his friends since the sixth grade, and he is still a big fan of Spider-Man, the Avengers and Batman. But it wasn’t until he met Michael Williams, of Glory...

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From the Crack House to God’s House: NJ Man Tells of Finding Freedom in Christ

See Original Article Michael "Mickey" Williams Jr. decided at the age of 16 that he would become a drug dealer, but never had he anticipated that he would become a slave to those same drugs and find himself in and out of prison and rehab for the next two decades. Williams says he partly turned to drugs out of rebellion and resentment against his parents, who had their own substance abuse problems. But once they got clean, after years of being absent at home, they suddenly started doing what they should have been doing from the start – being parents to their...

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