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He was a young black inmate - she, a white woman twice his age. Though they had nothing in common, after over six years of correspondence, they became like family. Ronald, incarcerated at a maximum security prison, was rebellious, intimidating and a 'troublemaker.' When God intervened by changing his heart, he faced enormous challenges surrounded by criminals who ridiculed his faith and threatened his safety. Bea brought a shared faith, acceptance, and relief from intense loneliness. Their conversations exposed the harsh reality of prison life but were balanced with humor, topics of mutual interest, and deep spiritual discussions. Tragedy muted Ronald's desire to give his personal testimony. It was then that God's grace and mercy was manifested in its most powerful form. Bea shares that testimony; revealed in 130 letters from the deep recesses of a man with a soft heart.
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Book Description Wasteland Press, 2012. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111600477844
Book Description Wasteland Press, 2012. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1600477844