Abortion is the number one cause of death for African Americans outnumbering all other causes of death combined. In New York City, more Black babies are aborted than are born alive. According to Hoye, if numbers don't change Blacks in America will be extinct in three decades...but not if he has anything to do about it. Listen in to this riveting story of Hoye's time on the streets changing the minds of abortion-minded Black women, his time in jail defending them and his continuing mission changing lives today. You will not be able to walk away.
Jailed for Life: He Hit the Streets to Save the Lives of An Endangered Species: The African American.
Minister of the "Unselfie": Homeless Carpenter Using Hands and Heart to Build Homes and Point People to the Master Builder.
Condemned to Death by Beheading For Refusal to Denounce Christ: The International Story of One Woman's Unshakable Faith and Miraculous Courage
The Faith that Saw Him Through: Gov. Bob McDonnell Details Journey from Palace to Pit Through Praise, Prayer and Providence.
The Mission of Virginia's Prison Chaplain Service
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Christine Bacon, Ph.D., is a leading expert in communications and relationships. She hosts "Breakfast with Bacon: The Relationship Doctor" weekly on 1110 AM, WKQA radio in Va., N.C. and MD.
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