Thriving In Babylon

Conversation with Andrew Collins and Jameel McGee

For Jameel McGee, a day that started out as a normal day like any other ended with him being arrested for a crime he never committed. When falsified reports and a lying police officer landed him in federal prison with a ten year sentence, all he wanted to do was get out and hurt the man who put him there. That man's name was Andrew Collins. Andrew's crimes eventually found him out, and he found himself in prison as Jameel's conviction was overturned. The two met again years later, but things didn't go the way they might have expected. Andrew and Jameel's story could easily have been one of hatred and revenge, but God had a different plan.

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