When Cox was a child he had a father who abused alcohol, and would often have temper flares and become abusive. His father passed away and even though the monster was gone, there was still a hole there from the loss of his father. He went to college and later dropped out to start a business and began to use drugs. He lost his businesses and became incarcerated, where he started learning to become a chaplain to other inmates and even wrote a book about his life.

Key Takeaways:

  • Cox grew up around an alcoholic father, and when he died, still left a hole.
  • Cox wanted more out of life and dropped out of college to start a business, but drugs took over.
  • When he was in prison, he wrote a book about his life, and wants to get into ministry.

““At 12 years old I became a walking, talking Jesus machine,” says Cox, who is now an AG chaplain. “If you were in my path, you heard about Jesus.””

Read more: https://news.ag.org/Features/User-Dealer-Felon-Chaplain

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