內容簡介 Cynthia Maria Brown dreamed of leaving home and the control she felt her father had over her life. Cynthia wanted to be free to make her own decisions and leaving her small town for DePaul University would give her that opportunity. The story of Finding my Home is one of severe loss, broken dreams, pride and grace. Facing thoughts of suicide, homelessness, and a difficult relationship with her family, Cynthia receives guidance from a number of characters as she struggles to overcome the biggest obstacle in her path. Cynthia could not allow herself to return home as a failure even if it meant living on the streets. What if the only thing you thought was left in your life was your pride? How hard would you fight to hold on to it and how would it shape your state of mind? Cynthia Brown saw the dream she had for her life self-destruct. Cynthia finds it easier to blame others rather than to accept her own failures. She finds herself in a continuous cycle of denial and isolation. Cynthia must find the courage to accept her failures, find the ability to allow assistance, find her way back to the ones who truly love her, find her way home. Dr. Kevin L. Pruitt is an Assistant Pastoral Administrator an Assistant Youth Pastor at Pilgrim Rest M.B. church. Kevin has a bachelor degree in biblical studies, a master degree in theology and a doctor in theology. Over the past ten years, Kevin has served as a chaplain with Touchette Regional hospital and Transporters for Christ ministries where he served as a teacher and counselor to members of the transportation industry, transients and the homeless. Kevin received the Legacy Moments award from Anchor Theological Seminary for Christian service and humanitarian efforts in advancing secular and spiritual development in today's society. Kevin lives in Belleville, Illinois with Holly his wife and family.