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In Rochester, Wagner found himself around true believers.
He met and befriended Muslims and Jews and Christians, inmates who had found salvation and were unafraid to speak about it. Wagner listened.
He told inmate Eddie Jackson, a drug dealer turned jailhouse lawyer, how much the injustice angered him. They swear to tell the whole truth and nothing but the truth, and they be lying. Wagner never thought of it this way — about all the lying. His mind was closed to the lying. He expected truth to win out, not the lies, and he could not reconcile the contradiction on his own.
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The scripture had touched him, although not as much as what the man said next. At the front of the chapel, he crumpled lopking piece of paper and threw it into a basket: Swish!
After chapel, Wagner returned to his cell, and the first thing he noticed lookimg the King James Bible. It had always been there, but Wagner never bothered with it. He picked the bible up and opened it. The scripture he came to was Jeremiahand it read: The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked: who can know it? The verse spoke to Wagner.
He never wanted to hurt anybody, he says. All he wanted was a friend — a good friend. He had now found that friendship in the Lord. For the next seven years, he bounced around the federal penal system, the model inmate. On Aug. They gave Wagner a few dollars, bought him a bus ticket, put him on a Greyhound bus and sent him home to Detroit. Wagner recalls little of looking for a detroit him four-hour bus trip from Terre Haute to the Greyhound terminal in Detroit.
She had not abandoned her man. After her parole, she visited him, but she hated seeing Wagner sitting behind bars. Her words brought Wagner solace. He was pleased the woman he cared about was willing to start fresh, to forge ahead and not dwell on their past.
Settling into a halfway house, he thought often about their future, praying to God for guidance, and His answer was: help Him save souls. God told Wagner to do His work. To save himself, he needed a job. The conditions of his parole demanded he find work. He also had an easy manner and a quick tongue that allowed him to build friendships. They introduced Wagner to people who ran the Fairweather Program, which provided jobs, housing and support for adults in Detroit with mental health issues.
Program officials had concerns about hiring a felon and needed somebody looking for a detroit him vouch for Wagner. John Kline did. His job was to oversee six men, making sure they were taking their medications and building toward being able to care of themselves. He worked there for nearly six years. He finally divorced his second wife and married Hall, who had cleaned up her life. He stayed true to the religious tenets instilled in him while in prison. He had an idea: a recreation center, like the one where he found Gus Finney.
They need a haven to shield them from the streets. He wants to give them one.
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Wagner has had starts and stops — ones like the rec center he opened inside the annex of Faith Lutheran Church ina place south of Jefferson with a gym, with desktop computers and with a kitchen. In the throes of a recession, who has money to keep a rec center open? He does owe Detroit for the harm his drug dealing wrought, for the lives he helped ruin.
A youth center is all Wagner thinks about — nearly all, anyway. That is all that matters to him. Ernest Wagner Jr. He pardons himself for a second. He trades small talk with her before he s discussing his life as sinner and how he, thanks to God, has remade it. He can now see the madness of his old life with detrolt. He never counted on being like his detriit he never wanted to be like his father — a man of the streets, a man who hustled and gambled and stayed a half-step ahead of cops.
I wanted to be a coach. That was my dream, to be a coach. I mean, who else have not been that route? Wagner blames nobody else for why his life unraveled.
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