Category Archives: Notes from a prison cell

A new year… from a prison cell

January 2012 Dear <Friends>, Thank you for remembering me with a Christmas card. The love sent through cards from people like you makes the separation from my family a little easier. I am thankful that the love of God is … Continue reading

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Notes from a prison cell: June 2011

The kids in our church youth group have been writing notes to our friend Mark, who is serving a sentence in prison for a crime we know he didn’t commit.  We know Mark.  There was no real evidence.  The trial … Continue reading

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… I can still rejoice in the freedom I have…♥

Today is Mother’s Day – Happy Mother’s day to all!  May you rejoice in your children while enjoying family memories and love today… Today is a day that I draw upon fond memories of a Godly mother and visualize her sitting in … Continue reading

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Thankful for a window in my cell…

On March 16, 2011, at app. 1:50pm, a life changed forever. My friend was declared guilty of aggravated murder. The history of that verdict is long and very much debatable, but the result is a reality: a prison sentence to … Continue reading

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