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Not too many homeless Veterans have masters’ degrees in theology and public administration. But then again, 53-year-old James Mobley isn’t your average guy.
“The last time I was in prison, I decided to get a master in theology because my spirit was broken,” he explained. “I studied theology because I wanted to heal my spirit.”
Mobley appears to be the kind of guy whose spirit shines brilliantly for a time but then, like a meteor streaking through the night sky, dissolves abruptly into darkness. “I’ve spent a total of 16 years in prison,” he said. “It’s kind of been up and down for me.” Read more ...
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