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Daily Light on the Prisoner's Path

by J. R. Woodgates


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$14.99
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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 1/19/2015

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 478
ISBN : 9781490864150
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 478
ISBN : 9781490864167
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 478
ISBN : 9781490864143

About the Book

Your incarcerated relative or friend is facing daily physical and spiritual perils. Help him out with this unique daily Christian survival guide (browse through it now using Google Preview above).

Send him a paperback edition and buy another (or an e-book edition) for yourself. Both of you will be refreshed daily by the morning and evening Scripture selections (KJV) as he gains relief from the despair and discord surrounding him. He will learn of God’s eagerness to bless him, restore him, and make him a channel of supernatural grace to other inmates.

Daily Light on the Prisoner’s Path will show him how to: 
Receive God’s full pardon, forgiveness and acceptance, along with a new identity as a loved son of the Father, and a positive sense of purpose and expectation, 
Repulse the spiritual and emotional assaults of the enemy, 
Find resources to overcome boyhood issues or abuses that may have led to his criminal activity, and Use spiritual authority, led by the Holy Spirit, to supernaturally transform the dark atmosphere (and people) around him.

There is no other comprehensive Christian resource like this available for men behind bars. Now Christian parents, pastors, chaplains, prison ministries, spouses, other family members and friends can give men living in confinement a life-restoring companion for use every day along their often-perilous prisoner’s path.


About the Author

J. R. Woodgates graduated from Northwestern University in 1975 with a degree in broadcast journalism, then enjoyed a long radio career, internationally for 27 years at the Voice of America, locally in Washington, DC for 13 years at WETA part-time.

In 2006-7, Woodgates experienced nine months as a federal prison inmate, having pled guilty to a single charge of child pornography possession.

The formal process of church discipline and restoration Woodgates went through, and the surprising depth of Christian fellowship he enjoyed behind bars, were life-changing. As an advocate for restorative justice, he now wants inmates and convicts to learn about and experience for themselves the relief, restoration and empowerment they can enjoy as repentant, forgiven, and blessed sons of the Father.

Until 2009, Woodgates was a lifelong Episcopalian (a “preacher’s kid”). Today, he is a founding member of the Anglican Church in North America.