About Rolson St Louis
Rolson St Louis is known by several titles: writer, teacher, steelworker, valet, activist, and so forth. But most importantly, he is a man of God. He was born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, and grew in Bonette, a small village in the eastern part of Port-au-Prince. After facing death and many other problems in Haiti, he moved to the United States for a better, secure, and hopeful future. "Everything was different in the United States," he said. Despite the changes, he did not know the true meaning of living until Christ came to his life. In 2014, Rolson St Louis published his first memoir "God Has Saved Me" which instantly became a New York Times Bestseller. He later wrote the Good Samaritan Act, a new immigration law to help fix the broken immigration system. He is now residing in Florida with his Son.