Thirty years ago, Scotty Tipper's prayers never got any higher than the top of his head.
At the time, Tipper was a deacon at his church in south Georgia. He taught Sunday School, even served as the church's discipleship training director. There was just one problem: Tipper wasn't a Christian.
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