In the article "Head Shot," Brian Bolt shares how his life changed after receiving Jesus Christ as his savior.
From age 12 years to 18 years, Brian experimented with both drugs and alcohol and found himself getting into more and more trouble. Ultimately, a judge recommended he join the military in hopes of keeping him out of jail. While serving in the Navy, Brian was able to stay out of trouble while at sea but found the temptation for drugs too great while at the port. He became involved with both using and transporting drugs and eventually received a discharge for poor conduct from the Navy.
He continued down the path of destruction until one night he was shot and nearly lost his life. Thankfully, one of the paramedics was a Christian and prayed with him on the way to the hospital. After a long recovery, Brian received discipleship at Victory Outreach in San Diego, California, and ultimately became an Assemblies of God minister.
Today, Brian performs a Special Assignment as he ministers to others who find themselves lost and bound by drugs. He works with many inner city church plants where the members often consist of former addicts who have experienced a changed life through the power of Jesus Christ.
We encourage you to read the entire article, "Head Shot" by John W. Kennedy, published in the Pentecostal Evangel, July 6, 2014, edition.