I really enjoyed this book. I found it very interesting, and a real testimony for how the Lord works in our lives.
I read this a long time ago and it made a huge impression on me. He's one of the wisest men I've ever read. His powerful personal testimony and story telling will make it a quick read. I'll not spoil it for you but Please......get the kids to read it!!!!!!!!!!!!! He lives to help the youth.
"Ordinary people can get themselves into extraordinary trouble, warns Harold Morris, whose contacts with "the wrong crowd" in high school eventually led him to Georgia State Penitentiary in 1970. Falsely charged with armed robbery & murder, a 29 year old Morris faced 2 life sentences.
In this graphic personal story, the author recounts the horrors of prison life,and how family and friends,when they discovered his predicament, rushed to his side with a message of hope in Jesus Christ. Amidst a flood of tears, Morris fell to his knees in a roach infested cell and opened his heart to the Savior.
Opportunities for discipleship and ministry soon followed,as did his eventual release and full pardon in 1981.
Harold Morris' testimony, which has already encouraged many to give their lives to Christ, will continue to impact teens and parents through this exciting written account.