There is an Urgency
Born into a world of horror, madness and chaos in 1973 to Debbie, a 23-year-old drug addicted prostitute and Howard, a 24-year-old addict and convict, Gregrhi Love grew up quickly with the Department of Children’s Services becoming an active part of his life in 1974. Now a grown man, Mr. Love uses his childhood traumas to change lives.
Looking Through the Eyes of an Unseen Child
This amazing story of survival against overwhelming obstacles – both internal and external, physical and emotional – takes you into the world of a small child who is abused and crying out – although no one in her world was listening. The young Diana coped in the only way she could, by making an inner world where she was safe and understood. If you work with children, Diana’s message will give you insights into the unseen child’s painful world, so that you will be able to reach them in a profound, meaningful and potentially life-saving way.
A Man Named Dave
A Man Named Dave is the gripping conclusion to his inspirational trilogy.
With stunning generosity of spirit, Dave invites his readers on his journey to discover how he turned shame into pride and rejection into
acceptance–how a lost, nameless boy finally found himself in the heart and soul of a man who is free at last.
The Lost Boy
Having been subjected to years of extreme physical and psychological suffering, Dave fights for a stable setting, but finds himself moving in and out of five different homes, while continuing the fight to cope with his past. Throughout Dave’s journey, social service personnel, educators, counselors, and foster parents give their all to ensure Dave’s well-being and protection from his vindictive mother, who, at one point, wishes to have Dave committed to a mental institution.
The second part of a trilogy series*, The Lost Boy sets the standard as a sequel, yet stands alone as an inspirational, behind-the-scenes, unique tribute to the unsung heroes who dedicate themselves to making a difference in the lives of children in peril.