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Philadelphia native Idris Bolton was raised in a single parent household by his father. Being home alone often he began engaging in sexual contact, which became a major vice for him. After high school graduation Idris started promoting events for artists such as Nicki Minaj, P. Diddy, Drake and more. He gained fame, money and great success which brought him lots of women and enemies.

Idris didn’t hold back on taking advantage of every opportunity he had to be with women who were willing to give themselves to him. Yet, there was one who captured his heart. She was a childhood friend whom he had a great bond with before the success. They soon began to build a relationship, but this didn’t stop him from stepping out when he wanted to. Facing problems in the city that made him successful, with the girl he loved, and his relationship with his father, Idris found himself with just him and God!

He received an invitation to go to church. First, he was reluctant about going because that wasn’t his custom, but made the decision to go anyway.  After all, what else did he have to lose?  Idris explained his experience as divine. It was the best thing he ever experienced. He felt like the Pastor was speaking directly to him. That day Idris accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior.  Now, he was on a mission to get his girlfriend back, but she was still unwilling to be with him. She was pursuing a greater relationship with Christ and was unsure if going backwards was the move God wanted her to make. So, Idris spent this time alone getting to know the Lord. While still working in the field of event planning and promoting Idris still faced problems and temptations from women.

He received a calling from God and walked away from event promotions making up to $30,000 an event to follow and to be pleasing to God.