Who are you, and what kind of person are you? What kind of disability are you? Those who go forward do not count. If you come out of the mat, they will accept you as equal.
One Sunday service at New Greater Peace Church in New Philadelphia Canton, Ohio, was dedicated to this living man. Music and Faith are the foundations of 20-year-old Zion Clark of the United States. He has been a drummer for many years at New Greater Peace Church. A patch on his back. It reads
“It’s not an excuse for you.”
Zion was born with a condition called Coddle Regression Syndrome. So he lost his legs at birth. Either they are extremely small contracted inanimate legs. Zion believes it is a test of God. This does not mean that a man cannot move forward without legs. That’s what “man” means.
He is a graduate of the Tuscarawas Campus, Kent State University. He is also a wrestler on the Tuscarawas campus of Kent State University. Zion wrestled in the 125-pound weight class, but he hints at just over 100 pounds. The man wrestles with two-legged men. Clarke goes to the ring 48 times, ending 33 times with his victory. His final victory was a decisive 1-0 victory over Kenitaki State District Champion Tiberker. Now Zion’s dream is to crown the kingdom. Maybe then to an international crown? Maybe the Olympics? Who knows? This man is an endless dreamer, one after the other.
Zion Clark, who was imprisoned only in a church drumming until he was 15 years old, was given the courage to lead all this; who was behind it? A woman, an Mother. It was Mother who adopted him.
Kimberly Hawkins wandered around foster homes for a while, but Zion Clark had no idea she would be a permanent home and a Mother. But in January 2015, she was surprised to see both of them in the church band. Even then, Kimberly had two daughters, but she fell in love with the child. Another. A year later, in February, she officially announced her adoption of Zion.
Four more years later, she waited with open arms as her son came on the university lawn in his graduation gown. Zion Clark must have realized that there is only one woman in the world who can love him.
“He is no different from another child, from any other youth. When life gives you a lemon, you make lemon juice,” says Kimberly Hawkins.
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