Charlie has a decision to make.
As a teenager, his parents called him rebellious. His teachers said he was a disruption. No one had hope for him, so he lived life on the edge.
As an adult, Charlie doesn’t maintain relationships well. Hops from job to job. Sleeps on couches and in cars.
Bad choice after bad choice.
Now, he’s in an emergency waiting room after a bar fight left him needing stitches.
An older woman hands him a pamphlet. “You look like you need a friend. Can I pray for you?”
Charlie can’t control the tears that fall.
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