The distress of a blind man changed the life of Rob Wilson forever. Standing on a busy street by himself, Wilson quietly pulled the blind man out of harms way. Later on that same day, the blind man somehow ended up sleeping on the front steps to Wilson's house. At the time, Wilson was in his own state of distress. Waist-deep into illicit crime and substance abuse. The question many people ask is how did the blind man find him? And the answer to the question is, there isn't one. But the one thing Wilson was sure of from that night, was God is real. And that God talking to him, sending him a sign, showing him that he was walking blind through life and headed for disaster. The rest is history. Fast-forward a decade, Rob Wilson is now better know as "Fresh I.E." (Fresh In Eternity). Since God transformed his life and revealed to him his purpose, Wilson has achieved musical accolades and approval far beyond his wildest dreams. In 2003 he became the first ever Canadian hip-hop artist nominated for a Grammy Award (Red Letterz) and followed that up in 2005 with a subsequent Grammy-nod (Truth Is Fallin In Tha Streetz). With all of the recognition and awards you might say Rob "Fresh I.E." Wilson's career has reached a pinnacle... Wrong. That was only the beginning. In 2000, Wilson had a vision of a centre with four doors. One pointing North, others to the South, East and West. A resting place to help young people get off the streets, teaching them the arts of music, drama and The Gospel of Jesus Christ. That dream has yet to be realized, but in the meantime he's grateful for the following accolades. From them he feels he's gaining the respect and authority he needs to teach others to reach for a higher purpose through music.