Overview In the summer of 1988, Lou Acosta (a.k.a. Brother Lew) was left for dead in a coma when the nurses couldn't get a heartbeat or a pulse. A few hours later at Ohio State University Hospital Lou woke up to a crowded hospital ward. The Spirit of the Lord moved Lou that night to join God's Army of Servants. Since that miraculous evening, Lou decided to leave behind that New York City lifestyle that he had grown to know. Now Lou proudly testifies about the goodness of God's grace, peace, love, and salvation. Lou's testimonies are reflected in his lyrics, whether he's reflecting his fatherless childhood, gangbanger lifestyle, or the contract hits on his life. Lou gives God credit for protecting him throughout his life and keeping him for this very day. God has used Brother Lew to help birth over 50 ministries in the last 13 years, and thousands have come to the Lord through Gospel Rap music. Prison chaplains, Juvenile Detention Center counselors, teachers and youth groups buy, give away, or sell many of Brother Lew's CDs, videos, or books, for they know that many will be reached by his message. To contact Brother Lew and learn more about his ministry and those under his management, please do so using the following information: Lampara Music Group P.O. Box 674 Lorain, OH 44052 (440) 244-3654 email@example.com
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Studio: Xulon Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.34" Width: 6.34" Height: 0.6" Weight: 0.82 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 2002
Publisher Xulon Press
ISBN 1591600421 ISBN13 9781591600428
Availability 118 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 27, 2016 02:42.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Brother Lew?
This book was great Jun 1, 2002
The book was an easy read with an ongoing suspense that finished with one chapter and started again in another. It was hard to put down eventhough the book only has 116 pages. I thought that I was reviewing a few episodes of Law and Order. The author has gone through a lot in his life and he clearly shows the changes in his lifestyle. I believe that the only way that the book could have been better was to make it longer.It is definately a made-for-movie type book. In each chapter you can sense that the author is giving you an appetizer and the reader can almost fill in the blanks that are left out of the story.I would recommend it to anyone who has loved ones gone astray.