Written by Victor Stanley Jr. Here’s the problem, I was a gangster, and this means that you didn’t just speak to me any way you please. There’s a level of fear and respect that was accorded to me based on my position in the streets. So, when my homie D’s grandmother started chewing me out in front of her building it wasn’t going to fly. I was 19 or so, and I don’t quite remember what I had done to upset her, but whatever it was she was letting me have it. Of course, as I said, you don’t just talk to me any way you want, and I had to remind her of this, so I very kindly said to her, “Shut the ‘F’ up, who do you think you’re talking to?” (more…)
Victor Stanley Jr. is a student at Liberty University’s Rawlings School of Divinity pursuing a degree in Biblical & Theological Studies . He serves as a missionary to Asia through the missions organization OTAN & also teaches their weekly missions & discipleship group in Lynchburg, VA. Vic also serves as a member of the vestry at his local church, Church of the Good Shepherd in downtown Lynchburg, VA. Vic simply desires to faithfully and humbly serve God wherever He may lead him.