Chris Shelton interviewed on 'Arkansas Alive'

Chris Shelton interviewed on Arkansas Alive

Dec. 31, 2012 - Pastor Chris Shelton was interviewed by Pastor Happy Caldwell of the Victory Television Network about his book It's Okay, You're With My Father. Shelton is a former child abuse investigator who was called to the Church.

The Victory Television Network is a statewide Christian television network founded in 1988 by husband and wife Pastor Happy and Jeanne Caldwell of Agape Church in Little Rock, Ark. Victory Television Network carries a combination of the most popular national Christian programs, as well as locally-produced religious shows.

Watch the interview of WestBow Press author Chris Shelton on Arkansas Alive. 

About the book:

"The book It's Okay, You're with My Father: A Child Abuse Investigator's Call to the Church, by Chris Shelton, is the inside story of one who has been there, one who has worked with victims, but one who still had the love of Christ in him when dealing with perpetrators. There was never a task too small or too large for Chris to tackle if it helped to find justice for victims or their families. Chris stood for the children, and often the terms of justice were creative, sometime amazing, but always filled with his prayers. While reading the book, I could visualize the characters and could see Chris giving support, but never losing sight of the importance of his belief that we are all children of God. I always felt during an investigation that Chris Shelton had my back. He took small pieces of evidence and worked with each piece until the justice system had the whole. I am honored to recommend this book: it is written by a man who has been in the trenches but did not forget what was important." - Cathy L. Young, DNSc. FNP-BC, Coordinator of the Family Nurse Practitioner Track, Arkansas State University College of Nursing and Health Professions