Three Gates to Hell: Hell's detours can lead to heavenly destinations.
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Three Gates to Hell: Hell's detours can lead to heavenly destinations.  -     By: B.F. Randall

Three Gates to Hell: Hell's detours can lead to heavenly destinations.

Iron Stream Fiction / 2024 / Paperback

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After serving in Vietnam, Bobby Richards thought he’d left the jungles and adversaries behind. But becoming an Oakland cop proved to be a life-altering career choice. The world had transformed during his time spent in Southeast Asia. The poodle skirt was replaced by the mini, work jeans became flowered bell-bottoms, and the beatnik morphed into a hippie. The foliage was replaced with concrete and the bamboo with high-rises. As a cop, Bobby encounters the best and worst of humanity. Later in life, as he reflects on his career as both a cop and a prison chaplain, he knows that his greatest challenge is yet to come—facing Death Row inmates inside San Quentin State Prison.

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Title: Three Gates to Hell: Hell's detours can lead to heavenly destinations.
By: B.F. Randall
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 336
Vendor: Iron Stream Fiction
Publication Date: 2024
Dimensions: 5.50 X 8.50 X 0.62 (inches)
Weight: 2 pounds
ISBN: 1563096447
ISBN-13: 9781563096440
Stock No: WW096440

Author Bio

An award-winning author, speaker, and pastor, B.F. Randall graduated from the University of San Francisco, Global University (ICI), Berean Institute, and attendee of Golden Gate Theological Seminary. Randall was licensed and ordained by the Evangelical Church Alliance in 1984. Following his service in the US Army and a tour in Viet Nam, he served a decade as a Police Officer in the San Francisco Bay Area, and four years as the Assistant Solano County Recorder. Randall has served as a volunteer Chaplain at San Quentin State Prison, and as Police Chaplin, receiving training as a hostage and critical incident negotiator. His pastoral ministry began as the Administrator and Singles Pastor of a large Northern California Assembly of God church, and later he founded and pastored New Hope Christian Fellowship, a non-denominational, evangelical church in the Sacramento Valley for seventeen years.

Ben’s ministry includes speaking at numerous churches, conferences, seminars, and retreats, as well as global and national missions. He is also on the Board of Directors of "The Father's House" in Leesburg, Florida, and on the Board of Directors of "Follow the Need International Inc." a global outreach.

He has produced and hosted a weekly radio show reaching the greater Francisco Bay Area, and has written editorials, articles, discourses, and authored plays, vignettes, and skits. Ben’s dramatic monologue of the Book of James brings the Scriptures to life as he performs “A Man Called James.” His work and experience have equipped him with a unique insight of human conflict and divine intervention that is clearly echoed in his writings.

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