Hi My Name is Sean
My name is Sean Boss, I was born in 1973 and my parents divorced when I was two, my mother remarried and my step-dad was very abusive. On December 21, 1985 my mother was killed in a car accident, I was 12 and my whole world just flipped upside down. My family was split and I felt like it was my responsibility to keep them together. My step-dad brought my sisters and I from New York to Kentucky and I lost my extended family in the move. I had too much pressure on and that’s when I began to use for the first time. I needed something to alleviate the brokenness I felt, if I knew then what I know now I would have leaned on God. I would meet my first wife at 18 and we would be blessed with our son, though this didn’t stop me from using, a year later we would divorce. The enemy had such a grip on me and he did not want to let go. I remarried at 22, where I was able to raise a little girl as my own, God blessed me with a grand-daughter but I just couldn’t stop using. My second was born in 2012 but in 2015 tragedy struck when my grand-daughter was taken in a car crash, this spiraled me completely out of control. I was arrested in 2016 for possession and continued to be arrested afterwards because of failed drug tests. My drug use continued and was eventually arrested for trafficking. While I was in jail I gave my life over to God, I heard about Lifeline and filled out two applications before I was accepted. God knew exactly when to send me. I started my new life on January 8, 2019 and Lifeline gave me the resources to start my new journey with Christ. I continually seek Him and He continually blesses me. I had a toe removed recently and I know I am not the same person anymore because I do not seek after the pain meds. I am blessed to helping teach at Lifeline now, I love my Lord and I am so grateful for Lifeline for a second chance at life.