George Osborn was born into a dysfunctional family. His father was an alcoholic and George got into drugs, petty theft, and sex while still young. His involvement in occult practices made him feel completely controlled by spirits, to the point where he nearly lost his life under a train. Through an encounter with a local church youth club, George mended his ways for a time, but he lost interest and slid away from his Christian life. As a young adult, George was into getting high, having sex, and travelling the world, and Christ seemed very distant. On his return to England, George, like a prodigal son, returned to his Christian commitment – and stayed. His story could be that of any young man in today's world, and is an honest, relevant account of the redemptive power of Christ.