StevieRay Hansen's A Long Journey HomeMost people will never be rejected by their family, outcast and alone at 14. Most people won't be threatened, stalked and then almost murdered by the mob. Most people will never serve time in a maximum-security prison.

But everyone has gone through trauma and devastating disappointments.

In this riveting memoir, StevieRay Hansen will lead you through his incredible journey from homeless kid to multimillionaire oilman willing to give a helping hand to other throwaway kids.

"I realized that there was a powerful connection between forgiveness and prosperity." Author StevieRay Hansen says. "When I finally forgave my parents from my heart, it seemed as though whatever had blocked prosperity came unplugged."

"It's hard to describe the difference that forgiveness has brought. It's like winning a lottery ticket. You can hold onto the ticket - with all its promise - or you can cash it in and claim your new life."

If you're facing the impossible and want to be reminded that God can do anything - read this book! The author will take you on a white-knuckle ride that proves that God can take your biggest messes and turn them into masterpieces of His grace. StevieRay Hansen's story will not only keep you turning the pages, it will inspire you to belive that no matter how badly you've been hurt, no matter how far from God's perfect will for your life you may have wandered, He loves you...and He can help you find your way home.

~Gina Lynnes, New York Times best-selling ghostwriter

Please help me help these kids (orphans) that are in trouble! PLEASE, 80% of our book sales go directly to: 127 Faith Foundation.

StevieRay Hansen's book is now Available on Amazon

Upon Aging-Out of Foster Care

%

Males Imprisoned within 2-5 years

%

Females Imprisoned within 2-5 years

%

Males Imprisoned after 5 years

%

Females Imprisoned after 5 years

Check Out Our Blog

StevieRay Hansen - A Long Journey Home

A New Life

By StevieRay Hansen

The next time we met at an ice cream parlor. I was going to make sure we took our time getting to know one another. I was already smitten by the time I realized that things would never work out for us. Laura held a master’s degree in biology. She’d worked for 15 years as a biologist and taught at a university. When I met Laura, I was destitute. I lived in a garage apartment which had once been the maid’s quarters behind someone’s home. Laura was educated; a success in her field. Her parents weren’t rich, but they had money in the bank.I was flat broke.

Read More

On The Road Again

By StevieRay Hansen

I thought my heart was going to jackhammer its way out of my chest that blustery spring day in 1991 when I was released from High Desert State Prison. I knew without a doubt that…

Read More

Free At Last

By StevieRay Hansen

A chill rippled down my spine as I put the prison vehicle into gear and drove toward the guard tower. My mouth felt dry knowing that I was in the crosshairs of several rifles.I stopped…

Read More

Family reunion

By StevieRay Hansen

CHAPTER EIGHT FAMILY REUNION I heard the guard unlock my cell in solitary confinement. “Let’s go,” he said. “Your lawyer’s here.” Wearing an orange jumpsuit, I was handcuffed and led to a dingy little room…

Read More

Too much time to think

By StevieRay Hansen

I felt like a wounded animal that someone had kicked in the head. Back in my cell, I dropped onto my bed and closed my eyes. Pain throbbed from a place so deep that I…

Read More

Prison Yard

By StevieRay Hansen

If I got out of prison and chased money like a god again so I could spend it on attorneys, I knew what would happen. The last vestige of humanity would be stripped from my…

Read More

Kentucky Home

By StevieRay Hansen

KENTUCKY HOME I pulled the car seat as close to the steering wheel as it would go. That old Ford jerked and shuddered as I drove away. I had no idea how to get to…

Read More

Tumbling down

By StevieRay Hansen

Crystal champagne flutes clinked amid conversation on the terrace of the country club where lights twinkled in the trees. We’d taken Luann’s parents to dinner where, following a round of toasts, my mother-in-law slipped her…

Read More