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How to move beyond difficult moments Guest Willie Farrington

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willie Willie Farrington, the founder and director of From Da Bottom Up. From Da Bottom Up is a unique and dynamic ministry for youth and young adults that challenges and inspires them to reach and develop their full potential while addressing the need and concerns of their home, school, community, work, and church. Willie was born in raised in Delray Beach, FL and is the 8th out of 10 children from his mother. His broader family stands at 14 members. Having lived and seen a life of poverty, crime, high school dropouts, drug use, early pregnancies, and premature death in his family and community Willie desired a better life for himself and his family. Education, sports, and religion saved Willie from choosing the wrong path in life. Although, this is not an accomplishment Willie set out for but he was the first in his family to graduate from high school and college. While this has allowed Willie to go places, meet people, and do things he has never forgotten where has come from The HOOD! Willie has focus his ministry on reaching back and helping others that are living through the same stuff he encountered growing up Willie has spoken at numerous schools, youth groups, nursing homes, correctional institutions, and churches in New York, Alabama, Georgia, and Florida over the years. Inspired by the Holy Spirit to minister further to God’s children in need Willie has embarked on a journey that will only culminate at the second coming of Jesus. Willie is married to the beautiful Paula Farrington a dynamic speaker herself. They are the parents of an adventurous and energetic son, Colby. Willie enjoys sports, nature, family time and sharing God’s message of hope and salvation.

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