Bad choices made Michael Molthan to be a unrecognizable person. He went from being one of the best luxury home builders in the country to to being homeless and a drugs and alcohol addict.
He had 27 arrests and spent close to 4 years in prison. But none of that could stopped him from reaching the plan God had for him.
During his time in jail, Molthan experienced an encounter with God that led him to a life-changing moment.
In an interview, he told CBN News about the story of his life
“When I had the homebuilding company my behaviors were getting worse and worse,” Molthan told CBN News. “My consequences were getting worse and worse,” he said.
“I had a large amount of cocaine in my truck,” he explained. “I was intoxicated, and I was arrested. And I’ll never forget that when they took me down to the jail, I had my very first mug shot,” he added.
After spending 3 years in jail, being anxious and agitated Molthan had a spiritual encounter after an inmate asked him to read to him.
“I grab this book from a gang-banger, a black panther, and he used it as a pillow,” he explained. “Brand new book and it was the Living Recovery Bible, New Living Translation. Now, these are black words on white paper at the time.”
“They’re not meaning anything to me. Next thing I know, four days have passed by and I started thinking about this and I go, four days just went by and I wasn’t anxious. I wasn’t in fear. I was calm, and I was at peace.” he said.
Later that night, he experienced another life-changing moment that led him to a new life.
What does he do now?
Molthan hosts a talk show called, M2-The Rock, he shares his story of how he went from building homes to being homeless.
He is now doing sharing his story of freedom and sobriety with those seeking help for addiction.
Molthan’s message is simple: he believes if God changed him, He can change anybody.
“I don’t wake up in the middle of the night craving a drink,” the testifies. “The mental obsession of drugs and alcohol has been removed.”
“My drug of choice today is God,” Molthan added.
Source: CBN News