When Charles Colson was released from jail in 1974, the last thing he wanted to do was go back---but God called him to do just that! Respected biographer Perry tells the amazing success story of Prison Fellowship's 30 years of work in the darkest places on earth. Includes a foreword by Colson and photos throughout. 240 pages, hardcover from W.
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Date:September 14, 2008
What an eye opening view of prison life and how today's prisons don't lead to reform and rehabilitation except in those few prisons where Prison Fellowship Ministries has been integrated. What an awesome ministry! I highly recommend this book to anyone dealing with a loved one behind bars. My husband is an innocent man serving time. He has been able to lead many inmates as well as guards to the Lord. This book really helped us view his unjust conviction as a way for God to use him in ministry to reach these hurting, broken men in way he couldn't have before. Whether your loved one is innocent or guilty, they will receive a lot of encouragement from this book and be ministered to greatly.