About the Book
What's wrong with me?
Why can't I fit in?
As a previous peer educator for the Illinois Dept. of Health,
J.R. Williams taught and counseled thousands of men and women about HIV/AIDS and sexually transmitted diseases. In the course of doing so he ran across countless young people buying into the false concept that they must “fit in” with a certain crowd. Seeing many youth and adults go to any lengths, including committing crimes, just to "fit in", J.R. soon accepted the call to share God's Word and teachings to those who felt like they never "fit in".
This isn't a 'How To' book or a sermon. It's straight talk, real life scenarios and scripturally based teachings that keep it real in order to reach the youth of today. With a quest to help kids with the saving message and love of Jesus Christ, J.R. shares personal insights, Godly wisdom as he 'keeps it real'.
"This book is for the people who didn’t “fit in”; also, for parents, ministers, youth counselors and anyone else who wants to help our next generation avoid major mistakes that could ruin their lives and futures." ~ J.R.
"What's wrong with me? Why can't I fit in?"
is one book in a series written by Ulysses J.R. Williams
and produced by End The Cycle, Inc.
a 501c3 organization.
For more information on how to order this book
and inquire about other teachings and
Bible Studies to help Youth,
please contact: End The Cycle, Inc.
P.O. Box 783, Lawrenceburg, KY 40342
End the Cycle is a two-pronged non-profit ministry that offers Evangelical and Outreach services to prisoners, their families and those at risk of repeating the cycle of imprisonment and the high risk behaviors that got them there. We provide FREE, quality faith-based mentoring and family-strengthening programs for all those longing to end the cycle: focusing specifically on prisoners, families of prisoners and at-risk-youth. We have seasoned, quality mentors, a Certified Chaplain, a Pastor and many other professionals who work with us to achieve our goals. We are also blessed to utilize one of our key-strengths to be able to help support our mentoring programs. That key-strength is our ability to produce and distribute quality Bible-based literature for any demographic situation. Our experienced, faith-filled writers volunteer their time and gifts to help produce materials that reach youth and adults (in prison and out of prison) with Biblically accurate, simple message.