Justin Wren is a Christian motivational speaker, missionary, social activist, and mixed martial artist. Since 2010 Justin has shared his testimony of love and redemption in prisons, schools, churches, drug rehabilitation centers, universities, and youth groups worldwide. In 2009 Justin was a quarter-finalist on Spike TV's The Ultimate Fighter during its tenth season. He debuted in the UFC that year and his professional record stands at 13-2. Justin launched Fight for the Forgotten, in conjunction with Shalom University, to raise funds for a program to liberate 1,000 persecuted Mbuti Pygmy slaves and relocate them to self-sustainable land of their own in the eastern Congo region.
Loretta Hunt is a 15-year veteran sports, entertainment and human interest writer; a New York Times bestselling co-author; and a regular contributor to SportsIllustrated.com and CNN.com. Loretta has been published by People.com, Sports Illustrated Magazine, LATimes.com, and ESPN.com.
Fight for the Forgotten is a must read for every leader,
every person who wants their life to make a real difference."--Ross
Alan Hill, founder, president, and CEO of Bank2, author of Broken
Pieces Nothing is Wasted
Read Fight for the Forgotten--be blessed, be reminded, be challenged, be changed."--Shane & Shane, touring artists and founders of The Worship Initiative
"Fight For The Forgotten is an amazing true story of redemption, grace, and passion for justice. It will encourage you to trust God and allow Him to write the story of your life."--Dan Meyer, CEO of Joyce Meyer Ministries
"As you thumb throughthe pages you are able to walk the journey from the cage to the Congo withJustin. This is an amazing story of how one man fueled by faith can makea difference in this world in so many ways. Fight For the Forgotten is a book that will challenge you to see what could be possible in your own life."--Scott Bloyer, lead pastor of Elevation Christian Church, Aurora, CO
"Once in a great while a hero crashes onto the scene. This hero brings hope, life, freedom, and liberty to the generation. The hero of our generation is Justin Wren in the Fight for the Forgotten."--Richard Greenly, founder of Water4