Chontate Brown remembers her life from as young as two years old. She reveals how her “perfect” life changed overnight. The morning her family was evicted from their apartment marked the beginning of a spiral that tossed Chontate and her two brothers into the hands of the Department of Children and Family Services, placed into separate homes, forcing her to accept physical, sexual, mental, and emotional abuse.
Chontate uncovers the untold story of herself — she expresses heartfelt details of her mother’s absence after her mental breakdown. In the world as a child surrounded by poverty on the south side of Chicago, Chontate was broken, emotionally hungry, and indulging in the streets of destruction.
Before she knew God, she knew no one. In her words, she reveals how the light of the Lord lit her path and guided her, and her family, out of darkness.
Passed Around By Man But Not Passed Over By God
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