Rob Ekno was born with so much promise. Raised in a loving home with a wonderful family and gifted with incredible opportunities, Rob hit it big early on. He went from spinning records on his high school's FM station to becoming an Associated Press award-winning news reporter almost overnight. His nightly sports show was nationally syndicated. He had everything to lose. Rob lost his way, falling into alcohol and drug abuse, homelessness, depression, and jail. Now clean and sober since November 28, 1992, Rob experienced a new hope when God touched his life and transformed his reality. Happily married with a family of his own, Rob volunteers with various groups, providing support to homeless persons and those suffering from addictions. In this book, Rob tells his moving life story, and he presents in his own characteristic wit the lessons he's learned and what the United States needs to know before it's too late.
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