An inspirational memoir and Christian autobiography about a young mans search for meaning.
William L. Ingram's journey of hope becomes a journey of faith, after finding a haven from his painful life circumstances.
This spellbinding odyssey of the authors Christian memoir, occurred during the turbulent racial and political storms of the 1960's. This autobiography spans his formative years as a fatherless Black youth of the post World War II Baby Boom Era.
William L. Ingram is the name on his Birth Certificate, but it's not the name he grew up with!
This award winning memoir of William's troubled teen years, his desertion from the Marine Corps in 1967, and his cross-country trek as a 17 year old fugitive, reads like a Bible's prodigal tale!
William's courage and determination to overcome his circumstances is truly beautiful.
★★★★★ “A message of great hope.” – Rose Schempp, reviewer
★★★★★ “This is truly one of the best redemption stories I have ever read.” – Helen, reviewer
★★★★★ “This is the story of a remarkable man and his journey from runaway to redemption.” – Amazon customer, reviewer
★★★★★ “Well written, historical and nostalgic, definitely worth the read!” Mary, reviewer
★★★★★ “I enjoyed this insightful book that takes the reader on a journey through the eyes of a black man who came of age during the late sixties during a time of social unrest.” – Kindle customer, reviewer
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