He fearlessly preached the gospel of Jesus and his kingdom throughout the Greco-Roman world even at the cost of his own freedom. Who was this long-ago missionary who, even in chains, continued to proclaim the hope found in Christ, and what can his life and writings teach us today? Completing his trilogy on the apostle to the nations, Kenneth Schenck bridges time and culture to bring you PaulPrisoner of Hope. Immerse yourself in the world of one of history's most polarizing figures to learn from his life and final letters. Schenck delivers more than a narrative recounting of history; each chapter concludes with the author's insightful reflections of how Paul's life and letters can shape our lives more into the image of Christ. PaulPrisoner of Hope covers Ephesians, Colossians, 1-2 Timothy, and Titus.