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Do you have a loved one in jail?

Author: Marvin Scott
Publisher: United States : Xulon Press, ©2004.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Dr. Marvin Scott writes about the repeated cycle of incarceration, known as the spirit of institutionalism. This book reveals how to break this cycle and find freedom through Jesus Christ. He is convinced that more than 85 percent of former inmates can remain in society, provided that they are introduced to a Christian lifestyle while incarcerated and maintain it when they are released. Do You Have a Loved One in  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marvin Scott
ISBN: 1594677425 9781594677427
OCLC Number: 57655793
Notes: Nbl-02 cri.
Description: xiii, 116 pages ; 22 cm
Responsibility: Marvin Scott.

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Dr. Marvin Scott writes about the repeated cycle of incarceration, known as the spirit of institutionalism. This book reveals how to break this cycle and find freedom through Jesus Christ. He is convinced that more than 85 percent of former inmates can remain in society, provided that they are introduced to a Christian lifestyle while incarcerated and maintain it when they are released. Do You Have a Loved One in Jail? is like no other book you have read. Dr. Scott uses the Word of God to stir encouragement and hope for the lost. In this book, you can read biblical stories and examine cases of inmates. These examples will demonstrate that through godly wisdom, you also can receive similar results. This book is mandatory for all inmates, their families, and every church that has a prison ministry or is considering one.

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