By Margaret Mendenhall
Based on the true story of a man who was slave to meth for twenty years, lived the violent lifestyle of a body guard for drug dealers, and served as yard captain for the Aryan Brotherhood while in prison. As a junior in high school, he tried meth for the first time and was instantly hooked on a substance that turned a loveable, hardworking athlete into a monster. Like the prodigal son who wound up in the pig pen, he found himself on the garbage heap of society before crying out to God.
The Monster and the Miracle is the gripping story of a man trapped in drug addiction. His story demonstrates the possibility of escape from meth’s enslavement through the power of Jesus Christ and shows the extravagant love God has for a hopeless sinner.