"Thank you, King James": The Tough Life of Robert Hicks
- James Hastings
Robert Hicks lived in a silent, abusive world. Born tongue-tied and dyslexic and barely able to read or write until he was fifteen, he was rejected by his parents and labelled retarded by the world.
Then one night, Robert discovered an unknown book called The Holy Bible, which would change his life for ever. Today, Robert, is best known as the man who created and distributed the 10 million Millennium Bible Gospels and deeply involved in starting the Back to Church Sunday initiative, now practiced globally.