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Where Boys Go to Die

by Toriano D. Henry


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 3/22/2019

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 7.5x9.25
Page Count : 80
ISBN : 9781973655831
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 80
ISBN : 9781973655848

About the Book

Where Boys Go to Die addresses the internal characteristics of boyhood, evident in many adult males, while offering insight into various causes. This book will provide godly steps to remedy issues of inadequacy, anger, depression, drug use, violent outburst, despondency, gender dysphoria, criminal activity, and a host of other undesirable, negative behaviors.

Henry is transparent about his gripping journey from the underworld and outskirts of society to the redeeming, restorative salvation found in Jesus.

Where Boys Go to Die demonstrate that by applying biblical principles and Christian values to an individual’s life, the most marginalized are brought into a proper relationship with God and society.


About the Author

Toriano Donnell Henry, a native of Meadville Pennsylvania. He is a man whose passion is to reach those who are lost. His overall goal is to fulfill his calling and that is to, “Go into all the world and preach the gospel of Jesus Christ.” Mr. Henry is a graduate of Winebrenner Theological Seminary (Pastoral Training Institute) PTI where he received a diploma with training in biblical insight, theological discipline, and ministerial preparation for 21st century evangelism. It should also be noted that he was one of eight men chosen from the approximately 50,000 inmates that populate the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections for this higher learning experience. Mr. Henry alongside of him receiving his diploma, has an array of accomplishments and awards that has been given him over the years, but his most significant achievement is Mr. Henry’s marriage to his wife Susan Marie Henry, who he says continues to introduce him to deeper aspects of himself. But he counts all these things as nothing in comparison to his relationship with Jesus Christ, who alone is credited with the change in who he now is. The Lord alone made him the new creation that he hopes to one day be allowed to live outside of the prison fences which currently confine him.