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Still Convicted: A Story of Redemption, Reconciliation, and Restoration is the debut book of Eddie Monroe Howard, Jr. Still Convicted came out of Howard's yearning to share his journey of brokenness through the eyes of the redemptive power of God - eyes that look upon us with hope of a future that he refused to see at the time of his silent bondage. Howard came to realize that God also suffered our past so He could get us to His future and for this, he is thankful. Still Convicted is not just his journey but the journey of the many who have ever dared to step into the dark world of drugs and street life, a life that leads down the road of incarceration and bondage for many people and in many different ways. Nearly everyone has been touched by at least one of these two nemeses (drugs/addiction and incarceration/bondage) be it family, friend or foe. Still Convicted shares the untold story of many who felt they never had a voice in their own life and recovery once the cycle was broken.

For the past two decades, Eddie Howard has worked as a tireless advocate for the marginalized and excluded, touching the lives of countless individuals through his remarkable story of transformation. Still Convicted tells that story.

John Kiess, Assistant Professor of Theology, Loyola University Maryland


This honest and revealing glimpse into the consciousness of a re-entry expert serves as a lighthouse for those impacted by substance abuse and/or incarceration. May this light forever shine and may many find the embrace of guidance in this light.

Seko "DJ Seko" Varner, M.Ed.


Eddie Howard has nailed it this time. Finally a book that gives a voice to the sometimes voiceless, it confirms to those in the struggle that this too shall pass.

Brian Hawkins, Fathers in Training Founder and Program Coordinator, Virginia Beach, VA

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