Tough Talk Paperback
True Stories of East London Hard Men
by Arthur White; Ian McDowall; Millie Murray;
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Arthur's life spiralled out of control. He lost his business, family - everything. Death seemed to be the only way out.
But was it?
Ian's Story Body building was Ian's life - that and becoming No.1. Being a doorman, debt collector and drug dealer kept Ian supplied with illegal steroids. His marriage was on the rocks - life for Ian was a cesspool of lies, deceit and violence. What changed him? Read about how these men's lives were transformed and about how they became evangelists founding the charity Tough Talk, which reaches out into schools, prisons and remand centres.
Tough Talk by Arthur White; Ian McDowall; Millie Murray was published by Authentic in September 2011 and is our 21927th best seller. The ISBN for Tough Talk is 9781860248238.
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Tough TalkBarry Mason, via The Good Book Stall
Originally published in 2000
This is a gripping autobiographical style approach to introducing the great ministry of Tough Talk. You can tell the story is written from personal struggles and triumph and both stories take you through a time you are very glad to have not known these guys through to a time when you wish you knew them personally. Without over-glorifying the times they didn't know God both stories take you into the seedy world of East End London and the temptations and vices that accompany it. Ultimately it's great to see how God worked in each of their individual lives and started the unique ministry for which they are so well experienced and equipped.
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Details for Tough Talk
|Author / Artist||Arthur White; Ian McDowall; Millie Murray|
|Publisher||Authentic (September 2011)|
|Number of Pages||224|
|Page last updated||14th January 2018|