I Am Changing...
As my godfather, Rev. G.Q. Brown, would always say, "It's a blessing directly from the Lord just to be alive." I want to thank everyone for the messages, calls, and texts these past few days. I would never thought that my story could or would be a blessing for others. Listen, to have reached over 1,600 views (see Recovery Is Something Else, 7-23-2018, as of this post) was shocking. I encourage you to share this message with others as you may never know who it may encourage. Just know that the story doesn't end here. Stay tuned to my blog page for other moments of inspiration.
As a matter of fact, I have been sitting on this next reveal for a long time and I feel that a self-help/inspirational book is in my spirit and it is about ready to be manifested.
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Recovery is something else.
What Are You Looking At?
And The Beat Goes On...
The Progress Continues
#Face2Face Friday. The progress continues. I'm here to encourage you to keep going.
Can you believe that my heaviest weight was - 401 lbs. (July 12, 2017)?
#WontHeDoIt My current weight is - 326 (June 22, 2018) #LetsGo #ImNotDoneYet
Live Life & Enjoy
A Lasting Benefit
Stop & Listen for the Word...
Eating - vs - Walking
Thank you Lord for the #progress.
A Greater...Is Coming
Listen, I am loving these transformation photos, and know that I'm not done yet. #transformationtuesday
Flashback to 2014: Karamu Theatre opens its season with a raw, sweaty 'It Ain't Nothin' But the Blues'
Backed by the full band, Harris burns down the house with "I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man," rocking his expansive girth, as one song goes, "with one steady roll" and eliciting squeals of delight from women who fan themselves with programs as he moves into the audience with a Big Man's deceptive grace. Read More...
A Character is Born
A. Harris Brown's story begins as a child growing up to the temptations of the urban streets. However, due to a mother and grandmother’s prayers, their sacrifices kept him grounded. When so many youth that could have fallen victim to society’s woes; Anthony, and like the phoenix from the fire, he rose above life's challenges to walk bold in greatness. Read More...
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