Thursday, February 3rd, 2022
Forced into foster care at age 7 because of a dysfunctional family, Tyrone Flowers lived out a next decade of hell. His homes over the next 10 years: three different foster homes, residential treatment facilities, eight different group homes, and juvenile reformatory school. At 17 he was dealt an even more cruel blow, leaving him handicapped and asking, “Why me?” Yet Tyrone’s story did not end there. His self-pity turned into something else that was able to change those first 17 years into good, giving him purpose in life, and allowing him to impact the lives of others. He saw disaster changed into triumph, further reinforcing his faith and hope, and inspiring others in the process. http://highermpact.org
Stu and Dawna Crookedneck
First Peoples Voices went on the road across Alberta and Saskatchewan capturing stories. Today, Crystal brings the sweet Valentine’s Day Story of Stu and Donna Crookedneck, Pastors of Ministikwan Bridge Ministries.