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The book is about Rev. Grady Caldwell, who was in the 1960s the first African American to integrate the Albany (GA) High School football team. Grady knew and spent time with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and other civil rights leaders in Georgia. For a short period Grady, after graduating from college, became a political leader. But then he became addicted to drugs and for nearly 20 years remained that way and spent time in and out of prison. All the while his wife Kathleen did not leave him. Finally with Kathleen and God's help, Grady overcame his addiction and by 2007 became a Baptist minister with his own church in Griffin, Georgia. This is a compelling story about faith, love, and the power of God's forgiveness. “The story of Grady Lee Caldwell, Jr. is revealed with remarkable candor in this inspiring book...Grady’s story will touch your heart...When you see what God did for Grady Caldwell, you will never again wonder if God could somehow use you.” —Dr. J. Robert White, Executive Director, Georgia Baptist Convention “To Dance with the Devil’s Daughter is a must read for all men who desire to be courageous men. The book tells the honest account of Grady’s bold journey toward God’s purpose for his life. His story will draw you in because in some ways his story parallels with all our lives.” —Daniel Simmons, Senior Pastor, Mount Zion Baptist Church in Albany, Georgia “...I always believed in God but never really had the need to call on Him for myself until I realized I was addicted to drugs and I could not stop on my own. I had to go from a place of promise, to the problem of addiction and all of its negative consequences including prison, before totally committing myself to His purpose for me – pastoring.” —From To Dance with the Devil’s Daughter
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Book Description Mill City Press, Inc., 2013. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1626521360