Millie Murray retells the stories of three East End men – Arthur White, Steve Johnson and Ian McDowall – who left behind their lives of crime and violence as nightclub bouncers, illegal debt collectors and drug addicts, when they encountered God and had their lives transformed.
Arthur White – World Champion Powerlifter, successful businessman, happy family man. Suddenly, Arthur’s life spirals out of control. Cocaine, steroids and an affair change everything. He loses his business, family – everything. Death seems the only way out. What changed him?
Steve Johnson – Steve’s normal quota of alcohol was 100 pints a week! A bouncer who knew every pub in east London, Steve’s days were filled with violence and aggression. His life was out of control. Would alcoholism, a gunshot or a knife end it? What changed him?
Ian McDowall – Body building was Ian’s life – that and becoming No.1. Being a doorman, debt collector and drug dealer kept Ian supplied with illegal steroids. His marriage was on the rocks – life for Ian was a cesspool of lies, deceit and violence. What changed him?