Reggie Paperback

You Can't Change Your Past, But You Can Change Your Future

by Reggie Dabbs;




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Reggie

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The inspiring, true story of a man who went from nothing to speaking to more than two million people each year.

Reggie Dabbs's life changed when in the second grade he realized his parents were not his real parents, and that his birth was the result of a twenty-dollar deal his sixteen year old unwed mother made to secure the food she needed for her three other children. Interwoven with humorous and thought-provoking anecdotes and illustrations, as well as stories from the Bible and his travels around the world, this is the true, chronological story of Reggie and his message for students and adults alike that they are powerless to change their past, but they possess a unique potential to change their future.

Chapters include how to know your:

  • Story--The Pigskin Poet
  • Truth--Tuesdays with Reggie
  • Pain--English Teachers
  • Hero--Bus Stops and Batman
  • Choice--Old School Peas
  • Voice--Pinky Toe Importance
  • Name--The "Born" Identity
  • Passion--Frozen Planes and Fake Ears
  • Future--Gomer's Odyssey
  • Father--Big Daddy

"Through his raw and real way of speaking, Reggie unabashedly shares the gospel and his life experiences to challenge and change our generation of young people for Christ. Every parent, youth leader and teacher should read this book. It's an honour to call him my friend and to serve alongside his ministry through many conferences around the world." - Israel Houghtot, Grammy Award-Winning Artist and International worship leader

Reggie by Reggie Dabbs was published by Thomas Nelson in March 2011 and is our 1841st best seller. The ISBN for Reggie is 9780849946264.

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Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback / softback
PublisherThomas Nelson (March 2011)
Weight277g
Number of Pages240
Thickness20 mm
Height208 mm
Width137 mm
ISBN9780849946264
ISBN-100849946263
Product Code3657126
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