Article By Rebecca Johnson:: EEW Magazine
The assignment of the enemy over Travis Holloman’s life began when he was a teenager.
The abuse of an angry stepfather planted seeds of anger, that led him into a life of violence and crime, and later, to prison.
“My mother and stepfather would argue a lot,” Holloman told CBN. “It sometimes got physical. They would fight each other, then it spilled over to me and my brother.”
As a young boy, Holloman and his brother endured physical abuse, causing not only physical wounds, but emotional and psychological scarring.
One day, the extent of the damage came to the surface. While walking outdoors with a friend, Holloman said, “We beat this guy so badly for no apparent reason.”
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INSPIRATION: From Anger, Violence & Prison To Preaching The Gospel was originally published on praisecleveland.com
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