It would be easy to cast stones at a Former NCAA Basketball Head Coach convicted of receipt of child pornography.
Before you pile on, I have a question for you. What would you do in the throes of life changing adversity?
In 1992 Randy Brown was dragged away from basketball practice, rushed to the local hospital, and told that his 4-year-old daughter had suddenly passed. Six years later a second daughter (also 4) passed in the same way.
Randy was lost and didn’t know how to grieve. He threw himself into work, drank more, and started a cycle of running away from adversity.
This cycle intensified when Randy got his first home computer. He got drawn into pornography and chat rooms.
For years, Randy deceived himself into thinking that his actions weren’t his fault or weren’t as bad as everybody thought. Just an escape from reality. He knows better now. Today Randy takes full ownership for everything he’s done. He tells his hard-hitting tale of adversity in his book “Rebound Forward”.
“In the midst of grief and adversity, I had no idea a message would emerge that would change the lives of others everywhere.”
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