Let My People Go!: Following Jesus Into Our Jails and Prisons
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Let My People Go!: Following Jesus Into Our Jails and Prisons  -     By: Stan Moody

Let My People Go!: Following Jesus Into Our Jails and Prisons

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Title: Let My People Go!: Following Jesus Into Our Jails and Prisons
By: Stan Moody
Format: Hardcover
Number of Pages: 132
Vendor: WestBow Press
Publication Date: 2013
Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 X 0.44 (inches)
Weight: 12 ounces
ISBN: 1449789056
ISBN-13: 9781449789053
Stock No: WW789053

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The judgment scene in Matthew 25 is a call for believers in Jesus Christ to get out of our clubhouses and onto the streets, where the "least of these my brothers" (v.40) may be found.

Let My People Go is a twelve-step invitation to our American church culture to examine what we are supposed to be doing as Christians, what we are doing, and whether what we are doing is standing in the way of what we are supposed to be doing.

The man who deeply affected author Stan Moody as a Christian was a brilliant, sixty-four-year-old convicted sex offender by the name of Sheldon Weinstein. On April 24, 2009, Shelly died in solitary confinement at Maine State Prison of a ruptured spleen about an hour after Moody requested toilet paper for him. Moody has chronicled his death in a narrative titled "Death in B117."

With America now boasting 25 percent of the world's prisoners, the last vestige of hope for these discarded citizens in our jails and prisons and on our streets is a faith community now facing declining membership and shrinking revenues. Poverty and homelessness has at last come home; how we respond to it is a reflection of the seriousness of our faith.

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