I’m excited to announce the release of my latest book – UNBREAKABLE LOVE: The Brian Warren Story (MegaArrowPress, LLC 2013, All Rights Reserved).
Unbreakable Love is the story of one man’s unbreakable love for his daughter, and about God’s unbreakable love for him—despite his faults and failings as a man.
Known as “Mr. Unbreakable” in the ring and cage, Brian Warren has delivered, earning two title belts and battling some of the best fighters in the world, including UFC fighters Cung Le, Karo Parisyan, and Ben Saunders. And though Brian hasn’t always won—in life or the ring—his spirit remains unbreakable.
His is a story of courage, unwavering devotion, and a determination to rise from the ashes to stand once again a champion—this time to the glory of God, and for his beloved daughter, Breesa.
Brian’s story will inspire you to be a better man, a better father, a better disciple—and to never give up, not on yourself, and certainly not on your dreams.
If you would like to reserve an autographed copy, signed by Brian Warren himself, please use the contact form on this site to let me know. I will forward your info to the publisher.
JOHNNY (The Movie) — Original Screenplay Written By David M. Anthony
This screenplay won the $25,000 Grand Prize in the 2006 Kairos Prize Competition for Spiritually Uplifting Screenplays. Produced and released in 2011 by Pure Flix Entertainment. Original, prize-winning screenplay written by David M. Anthony with the final shooting script being the director’s (D. David Moran) re-write. Approximately 60 percent of the original script remained intact. Currently showing on NetFlix.
Synopsis (from Pure Flix website):
When Dr. Drew Carter (Mel Fair) tragically lost his ten-year old son in a car accident while his wife was driving, he didn’t expect to lose his whole family as well. Since the accident, his wife, Julia (Musetta Vander), has become emotionally absent from Drew and their daughter, Kayla (Aubyn Cole). When Dr. Miller (Lee Majors) refers Johnny (Jerry Phillips), a foster child with leukemia, to Drew, the wheels start to turn and Drew sees a chance to heal his family. Because Julia remains in a perpetual guilt-ridden state grief, she is opposed to the idea of adopting this terminally ill boy. With Kayla feeling increasingly more rejected by her own mother and Drew growing more distant from his wife, he decides to take matters into his own hands and adopts Johnny for better or for worse. Johnny doesn’t know what he is in for, but is convinced he is here for a special mission; a mission that is revealed when he enters Dr. Carter’s world.