Burning Barry

Forest Park, Ga. — Rock music record albums, including Barry Manilow, are burned in a bonfire outside the Landmark United Pentecostal Church outside Forest Park on March 17, 1982. Traveling minister Steve Timmons branded the music a tool of the devil and albums were thrown on the fire. Timmons, a Wisconsin Pentecostal minister who is taking his crusade against rock music across the country, drew a crowd of about 200 people. (Nancy Mangiafico/AJC staff).”

Photo courtesy of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

I thoroughly enjoyed every chapter of this book and was indeed inspired by each and every moment illustrated by Steve’s words alone. Steve’s shared life experiences with God are inspiring and extremely comforting, to say the least. He effortlessly takes us on a personal journey with stops “here and there” that to some may seem inconsequential but in fact form the foundation of his and our being. He hit the mark! I look forward to his next book!
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