Opening the Doors : A Prison Chaplain's Life on the Inside, Paperback / softback Book

Opening the Doors : A Prison Chaplain's Life on the Inside Paperback / softback

Description

How does a holy God associate with paedophiles, murderers, drug addicts, alcoholics and others rejected by mainstream society?

This book is a product of many years working with and in some cases befriending the most despised people in society, prisoners.

It addresses questions such as: Why do some people end up in prison?

Do they just wake up one morning and think: `I am going to rob a bank today'?

What happens when they get to prison? How do they cope with the violence? Is rehabilitation a realistic expectation? How can victims of crime be helped and supported?

Information

  • Format: Paperback / softback
  • Pages: 156 pages, 160 colour photos and illustrations
  • Publisher: Waterside Press
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Christian counselling
  • ISBN: 9781909976603

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