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"And You Visited Me" is a book that contains personal and powerful testimonies of individuals whose lives have been transformed by God. The stories are of ex-inmates, prison visitors, warders and some "lifers". The book offers a unique insight into the work of visitation in 18 penal institutions in Scotland, and the commitment of the individuals who made it possible. Readers who are interested in true stories of life transformation will find this book both captivating and inspiring.

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In 1981 when Louise Purvis organised the first meeting of Prison Fellowship in Scotland, she little knew what she was taking on. As secretary and then co-ordinator of the work of visitation in 18 penal institutions, it became virtually a full-time job. Taking probationers and remand prisoners into her home was a further example of a commitment which went beyond duty. The work has grown since those small beginnings, with over 30 support groups and a full-time director. Now you can read about the results of that work - stories of ex-inmates, prison visitors, warders and some "lifers". The common bond they have is that their lives have been touched by God. His power to to transform people is clearly seen in these personal and searching testimonies.
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And You Visited Me

ISBN: 9781857920055
Estimated First-hand Retail Price: $15.52
Authors: Betty McKay
Publisher: Christian Focus
Date of Publication: 2001-10-05
Format: Paperback
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"And You Visited Me" is a book that contains personal and powerful testimonies of individuals whose lives have been transformed by God. The stories are of ex-inmates, prison visitors, warders and some "lifers". The book offers a unique insight into the work of visitation in 18 penal institutions in Scotland, and the commitment of the individuals who made it possible. Readers who are interested in true stories of life transformation will find this book both captivating and inspiring.

Riley is your virtual thrift companion, and here to help you find your next favourite read. You can also find in-stock similar reads linked by topic and genre here!

In 1981 when Louise Purvis organised the first meeting of Prison Fellowship in Scotland, she little knew what she was taking on. As secretary and then co-ordinator of the work of visitation in 18 penal institutions, it became virtually a full-time job. Taking probationers and remand prisoners into her home was a further example of a commitment which went beyond duty. The work has grown since those small beginnings, with over 30 support groups and a full-time director. Now you can read about the results of that work - stories of ex-inmates, prison visitors, warders and some "lifers". The common bond they have is that their lives have been touched by God. His power to to transform people is clearly seen in these personal and searching testimonies.