"Slabtown" the classic American story in every aspect simple in its premise and focus on the strength of a southern family during the winds of change viewed through the eyes of a young boy. "Slabtown" is a compilation of narrative stories woven between good times and bad that transcends to our present day world. Times were difficult then and still are right now for families coping with the day-to-day pressures of raising a family.
The physical existence of Slabtown has long been swept away by the presence of time and progress. The only road to and from Slabtown is through Frank's memories. Come see and experience life with Frank Brewton "When he was a child" that became the epiphany of being a Christian man in today's world. The theme of this nonfiction centers around faith, family, and friendships needed to keep Frank's family intact.
Frank Brewton had spent the last forty plus years of his life attempting to forget one tragic day in the South during the turbulent nineteen sixties (1960's). Although moving forward with a family and a career an underlying piece of his life prevented him from being the man God created him to be. Before Frank can move into his destiny, he needed to revisit a place called "Slabtown."