Pointe-Claire Resident Publishes Life Story
RINGGOLD, Ga. – Ned Naggyah, a city of Pointe-Claire resident, recently released a book titled Angry Rebel, which chronicles his life story from being in a street gang and not caring about life to becoming a devout Hindu who hated Christians to giving his heart to Jesus and becoming a Christian.
As a teenager and young adult, Ned felt at home with a dagger in his hand, and he became a skilled fighter. But he left that world when he moved to a different town as a young adult and met a special woman, who later became Ned’s wife and helped him to see that there was more to life than fighting. After marriage Naggyah fell into a comfortable routine and reconnected with his Hindu faith, but God had plans for Naggyah that included serving Him and others in his community.
Today Naggyah and his wife operate a foster home for autistic boys.
Angry Rebel is the story of Naggyah’s journey from a life of evil to a life of peace. The book is published by TEACH Services, and is available through the publisher’s Web site (http://www.TEACHServices.com), Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or local bookstores by request.
For more information or to schedule an interview with the author, media professionals may contact Kalie Kelch at firstname.lastname@example.org.