The Making of a Prophet
by Spencer Weston
Growing up in the pre-Civil Rights Movement South was more than difficult for young Spencer Weston. He saw his family and his community ravaged by prejudiceboth the passive discrimination present in everyday life and the active criminal behavior of the KKK after the sun went down. Spencer, a physically imposing young man, found himself the target of unwanted attention simply because he looked intimidating, though he would never hurt a fly outside of self-defense. This trend would follow him throughout his life.
The Making of a Prophet is the true story of a man who struggled to find his way in life, fighting against injustice and discrimination at every turn. Youll follow Spencer through his tumultuous younger days, his stint in the Army, the Civil Rights Movement, and his later years as a family man and preacher. At the end, youll know that Spencer Weston is a man who was called by God to help change the world for the better.
(2017, Paperback, 226 pages)