Captain Mioshi - Gang Leader to Godly Leader

Growing up in the remote Pacific Island nation of the Marshall Islands, Mioshi Anwot faced many difficulties, from abusive older brothers withholding food, to adoptive parents lying to him about his origins. Starting a gang that grew to include thirty men only served to underscore his nights with loneliness, leading him to attempt suicide. But the dramatic circumstances of that failed attempt, and a run-in with some members of the local Salvation Army church, showed him a different path - a path of life.

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