In 1986, the Lord Jesus Christ found Manny Mill while he was running from the FBI in Caracas, Venezuela. After surrendering his life to the Lord, Manny returned to the United States and served time in prison. He went on to establish a post-prison ministry and serves as its director today. Includes photo insert.
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MANNY MILL (M.A., Wheaton College Graduate School) is Executive Director of Koinonia House® National Ministries. Since 1999, Manny has been developing a core of post-prison ministry leaders to equip the church to meet the needs of Christian ex-prisoners returning to society. He currently invests much of his time traveling to different churches, prisons, ministries, colleges and conferences to present the mission to "equip, assist and support" members of the local church in their ability to embrace Christians coming out of prison. Manny has shared his story on numerous radio and television programs, including Unshackled and Among Friends and is author of Radical Redemption: The Real Story of Manny Mill. Manny resides with his wife, Barbara, in Wheaton, Illinois.Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.:
What do you think of when you hear the word "Cuba"? Do you think of Fidel Castro? Or, if you are old enough, the Bay of Pigs or the Cuban Missile Crisis? My children might remember the little boy, Elian Gonzalez, who lost his mother while fleeing Cuba and became a national icon as government leaders debated where he should live. I can relate to that little boy. I love my Cuban family and my homeland, but I cannot forget the suffering that still exists there today. In 1956, the year I was born, Cuba was a popular place for a weekend getaway. From Key West, Florida, to Havana was a ninety-mile trip across the Straits of Florida. Illiteracy was high, and about 25% of the country's adult males were unemployed. The need for change was obvious, so many were glad when Fidel Castro came down from his rebel headquarters in the mountains on January 1, 1959. A white dove on his shoulder, a Cuban cigar in his mouth, a long beard on his face, and the strength of his resolve gave the impression that he was a type of savior for the Cuban people. I was three years old.
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