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Matthew Biamont

Date: Thursday, February 8, 2018
Category: Transforming Lives
Summary: Matthew was born on October 16th in 1966 in Flint, Michigan. He is the middle child of three brothers. Matthew had a good childhood and lived the common American lifestyle growing up. Matt was brought up in church and believed in God as a young teen. He first used recreational drugs with some peers at a party at age 16. Matt didn’t get hooked right away but over time began using heavier drugs and within 7 years his life was beyond repair. more…

Glenn Shedwick

Date: Wednesday, April 11, 2018
Category: Transforming Lives
Summary: Glenn Shedwick was born in Chicago, Illinois in 1969. He has one brother and sister and a father of a son and daughter. Glenn grew up in a middle-class home where both of his parents worked hard. While in high school he was pressured into using marijuana and gradually began drinking heavily and using other drugs. This led Glenn into a life of destruction. By age 21, Glenn, was sentenced to prison. more…

Wendy Byrum

Date: Monday, January 8, 2018
Category: Transforming Lives
Summary: Wendy Byrum was born on May 27, 1969 in Dallas, Texas. Wendy is the middle child and has two sisters. She was raised by her mother and, at the age of 14, Wendy began drinking and using drugs to fit in and be accepted by peers. Life got worse when Wendy’s father moved out of state. Wendy’s mother sent her to live with her father, but her life didn’t improve. It wasn’t long before Wendy ended up in legal trouble and spent the next ten years in and out of jail. more…

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