Michael L. Brown grew up in a typical conservative Jewish home in the suburbs of Long Island, N.Y. He attended Hebrew school and had been introduced to the Scriptures as a child. But during his teen years, he got caught up in the 1960s counterculture. He played drums in a rock band and started using drugs at age 14. He shot heroine and cocaine, and even stole money from his family to support his habit. But a visit to a Pentecostal church changed everything. Watch videos below.
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