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Street God: The Explosive True Story of a Former Drug Boss on the Run from the Hood--and the Courageous Mission That Drove Him Back Paperback – September 1, 2015
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You won’t find a more amazing account of how God’s grace can change lives than what you have here in the life of my brother, Dimas Salaberrios. (Timothy Keller, Senior pastor, Redeemer Presbyterian Church)
A complex and thrilling narrative. I dare anyone to read Street God and come away unchanged. This is The Cross and the Switchblade for a new generation. (Josh McDowell, Author and speaker)
This is a powerful story of the relentless love of God. There is no pit so deep that his grace and mercy can’t find you. (Sheila Walsh, Author of Five Minutes with Jesus)
A powerful story of emerging leadership founded in personal transformation. (A. R. Bernard, Pastor of Christian Cultural Center, Brooklyn, NY)
About the Author
Dr. Angela Hunt is an award-winning author whose books have sold nearly five million copies worldwide. She holds a doctorate in biblical studies.
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Those who do not have eyes to see and ears to hear may dismiss such a fantastic testimony, especially certain coincidences like seeing his sister in church the very day he just happens to have the exact amount of money he once stole from her. I, on the other hand, am no stranger to such events and co-incidences.
Though I am older than the author and grew up north of NYC, his depiction of that era is, sadly, accurate. I recall buying weed in Manhattan, heroin and coke through holes in the walls in Queens and Brooklyn, or scoring some "Crazy Eddie" angel dust in the Bronx. But of course God's sovereign grace prevails. Despite my knowing, blasphemous resentment of his intervention, the Hound of Heaven always acquires his prey.
Blessings upon you, Dimas Salaberrios, my brother.
How much can one person be used when he is seeking riotousness and willing to do whatever he is inspired to do in the name of the collective good? How many lives can be transformed and inspired by one man loving the fatherless in a way that our Heavenly Father intended them to be loved?
Dimas’s transformation is something to behold, but his visits to prisons and kind, consistent presence in a neighborhood forgotten and neglected by society is what brought me to tears, with the thought, “More of this, Please!”
May God continue to use Paster Salaberrios to raise up young men ready to become fathers and leaders to their generation!