Reading the Bible every day in prison was a life-transforming experience for London gangster Sephton Henry.
Henry ended up searching for love and affection on the streets, but found himself in the arms of older boys in south-east London from the age of eight.
He said: “Older boys in my area in south-east London told me to deliver something to a man down the road.
“I didn’t know that the package had drugs in it until I saw the man overdosing on the floor. I started to feel bad; that somehow it was my fault, so I said to myself I would avoid going near the older boys. “But I was a kid, and when you’re a kid you only go as far as the shops and the park, and that’s where they are, so I was bound to bump into them. And I did – again and again and again.”https://www.newlifepublishing.co.uk/product/new-life-newspaper-january-2019/” target=”_self” position=”left”]Order New Life Newspaper[/button-green] [button-blue url=”https://www.newlifepublishing.co.uk/new-life-newspaper/” target=”_self” position=”left”]About New Life [/button-blue] [button-red url=”https://www.newlifepublishing.co.uk/advertise/” target=”_self” position=”left”]Advertisers[/button-red] [button-white url=”https://signup.ymlp.com/xgusbejqgmgj” target=”_self” position=”left”]Join mailing list[/button-white]