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Vendor: WestBow Press
Publication Date: 2016
"Remember The Prisoners" is a brave and undiluted transparency chronicling the events in the life of a man, like so many others, who's fears and insecurities lead him far from home. Alone and imprisoned, he ultimately finds freedom in the very place designed to represent its forfeiture. There, The Holy Spirit would lead him on a courageous journey of redemption and reveal to him the true identity of The Son of God.
This book has the ability to bridge the gap between the incarcerated and the loved one(s) left behind by affording a glimpse into the heart of a rescued soul. There is hope for the prisoner and this book shares that hope through good old-fashioned story telling and a scholarly approach to scripture. Revelatory insight brings a fresh interpretation to the Christian world view in a time such as this.
Author: Rev. Joaquin R. Larriba
Located in: Chino Valley
Submitted: March 20, 2018
Tell us a little about yourself. I was born in Prescott, Arizona in 1967. I am married, a grandfather and an American patriot who served with the 82nd ABN DIV. I enjoy outdoor activities with my family and oil painting!
What was your motivation behind this project? One morning while lying in bed contemplating another novel I was working on; the Lord sat me straight up and said, "I want you to write YOUR story." Bewildered at both the suddenness and inherent nature of the revelation, I obeyed. A year and a half later "Remember the Prisoners: He Came to Set the Captives Free", became a live title.
What do you hope folks will gain from this project? The ultimate take away from this project is a living and dynamic relationship with Jesus Christ both for the incarcerated and the loved ones left behind. It is my intent to share the willingness of Jesus to meet anyone, no matter how far they've strayed, right where they are to heal and deliver completely.
How were you personally impacted by working on this project? This project continues to affect me daily as I see people's lives turned over to Jesus. The hope and understanding readers gain brings a value to my life that justifies any sacrifice made in the effort of this important work. I want to thank my family for their unwavering support and those who helped make this project a reality. "Remember the Prisoners" has been sent to over one hundred and thirty jails or prisons across America.
Who are your influences, sources of inspiration or favorite authors / artists? Jesus Christ was, is, and will ever be, my main influence and behind him is Doyle Wayne Williams, my father in Christ who has begotten me by the Gospel of Christ.
Anything else you'd like readers / listeners to know: There is hope for the prisoner, whether in a concrete facility or a prison of the mind, Jesus can set you free forever.