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When Kay Page began ministering to convicted felons incarcerated at the Maine State Prison, she was hoping to be a small part of God's infinite grace and love toward the men inside. She was not prepared to be transformed herself.
Through a series of letters with Charlie--a faithful follower of Jesus and one of the leaders of Christian inmates at the prison--Kay began to realize that God's atonement can easily reach the darkest corners of our broken world and soften the hardest of hearts.
Sentenced to life under maximum security for his crime, Charlie had already spent 25 years behind the iron bars. Yet, his salvation through Jesus Christ had set him free a long time ago. As God changes us spiritually from the inside out, He found a way to change Charlie from inside his prison walls. There Charlie found life in Christ, forgiveness, and Kay who later became his bride.
Number of Pages: 192
Vendor: Deep River Books
Publication Date: 2013
|Dimensions: 5.50 X 8.50 (inches)|
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