One day a friend invited me to his house. I noticed that he was not smoking or drinking, as he had always been in the past. “Are you sick or something?” I asked. “No,” he said. Then it comes to me. “Is it for religion?” I asked. “Yes.” He said. I was puzzled. As I was trying to keep away …Read More »
Tito Momen & Jeff Benedict
Tito Momen: Tito was born in Nigeria into a strict Muslim family. While he was being groomed as a Muslim leader, he found Christianity and was converted to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. After being imprisoned for 15 years in an uncivilized Egyptian prison, Tito was able to find religious freedom. He currently resides in Utah and is attending Utah Valley University. Jeff Benedict: Jeff Benedict is considered one of America's top non-fiction writers. He is the author of nine critically acclaimed books and over fifty articles. His writing has been the basis of feature segments on 60 Minutes, ABC 20/20, NBC Dateline, HBO Real Sports, and the Discovery Channel. He is a contributor for Sports Illustrated and his articles have also been published in the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, and the Hartford Courant. He is a frequent public speaker and a regular commentator on network news and cable television programs. He has a law degree, a Master’s in Political Science and a Bachelor’s in History. He is a Distinguished Professor of English at Southern Virginia University, where he teaches a class he designed called Writing and Mass Media.