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At The Corner Of Mercy And Grace (Inglese) Copertina flessibile – 31 ott 2004


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Rick Conner is the prison outreach minister to several correctional facilities in Central Virginia. In 1999, he was inspired to write a series (From Crime to Christ) on former inmates who have succeeded in life. His first book A Prisoner of Hope, was followed in 2002 with Beyond The Razor Wire. In the Fall of 2005, the next book will be available, She?s Killing Us Softly.


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The Rest of the Story 15 novembre 2004
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I have a unique perspective on this work, as Harold Langley has been a personal friend of my family for several years now. I knew he was a Vietnam vet, but before this book was published, I had no idea of the extremes of his life.

Harold is today the kindest, gentlest, most cheerful person I know. He has taken care of our home and our dog while we were away on vacation. (For us, that's the same level of trust and responsibility as if we had left him to care for our children!) He's a big fan of my cooking, be it fresh or left-over. In fact, he loves to poke through our refrigerator when he visits us to see what I cooked the night before. And he never fails to call me a great chef.

I can't imagine even surviving the life Harold has led. And yet he has not only survived, but achieved a measure of peace and happiness that most would envy. One thing's certain: Harold Langley is living proof that it is possible to overcome incredible obstacles in life, and that those who whine over minor setbacks should shut up and count their blessings.