Essential keys to break destructive lifestyles.
On the outskirts of Flaxmere, in Hawke's Bay, New Zealand, stands a house affectionately known as 'The Barn'. Built in 2004, it has been a shelter for many as they make their way from prison back into normal life.
The work done there, and in prisons, by Roger and Rachel Curtis for over 40 years forms the stories and background of this book. There is nothing greater than seeing a person break free and be changed by the love, the aroha, of God.
If you feel trapped by a relentless cycle of crime, unable to escape, Prison Break offers hope. It will introduce you to the One who is able to change you from the inside, and show you a better way. You've been held down too long. Your whanau has suffered enough.
By following the steps outlined in this book, you'll never return to prison again - except, maybe, to tell others about the new life you found...
This is a book for those on the inside, and those who go into prisons to share the Good News.
About the Author:
| ||Roger Curtis was born in Hawke's Bay, New Zealand, and has lived there all his life. He serves as an elder and is active in Prison Ministry. He and his wife Rachel run a horticultural contracting business, which has often been used as an employment pathway for inmates on 'work to release', or for people who are simply looking for a fresh start. Roger and Rachel have eight children, three now married and all participating in the life of the church.
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ISBN: 9780473523985 (Softcover), 9780473523992 (ePUB), 9780473524005 (Kindle)
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