Does God still perform miracles?
Stanton Horn was once an ordinary boy. When he was ten years old, his life was altered forever. A family friend sexually molested him. After this horrific and traumatic event, he became a drug addicted and sexually confused man who lost everyone and everything in his life, including his family. After thirty-eight years of drug use, he found himself covered in shame and hating everything about himself. He believed there was no hope of ever returning to a normal life. One suicide attempt after another left him a broken man. On a dismal Bakersfield day in December, Stanton tried one last time to kill himself. But before he could pull the trigger on the gun, someone knocked on his door. When he opened the door, there were two men who said they were from Teen Challenge. They told him that there was a place that he could go to get off the drugs and draw closer to God. Most of all, they offered hope. He didn’t know it at the time, but his life was about to be altered forever, again.
December 27, 2011, was the day that Stanton entered the doors of Teen Challenge in Shafter, CA. Because of this choice, he was given a new life—a life filled with victory and purpose. But it wasn’t easy. Enter into the world of exasperating trials and tribulations. Learn how he overcame and persevered as he came face-to-face with his biggest obstacle—himself. Join him on his journey of discovering how amazing God’s grace really is, and witness how God still works miracles today.