This is an informative book marking the first forty years of the work of Prison Fellowship Scotland. I found it encouraging that a hundred volunteers, two staff and a number of local prayer groups support this ministry to 8,000 prisoners in Scottish prisons. Prisoners are hearing of Christ with some now trusting in Christ.
D. Eryl Davies, Elder, Heath Evangelical Church, Cardiff & Consulting Editor, Evangelical Magazine
… for God’s gospel to do its work, for God’s dynamite to explode in lives and to bring about a new creation, it must be shared. … What an encouragement to read in this book the testimonies of lives redeemed and renewed through the gospel.
Garry Brotherston, Minister, Bishopbriggs Free Church, Glasgow
… be aware that these voices and stories might just turn your world view upside down, make you thinking differently about faith and restorative justice and perhaps even transform you, just like the stories of Jesus do.
Yvonne Lyon, Musician, songwriter and recording artist
The voices of the various parties in this book tell a powerful story of God’s love and grace and the difference His love and grace make. Listen for yourself and be inspired.
Norm Allen, Founder and President of Touchstone Ministries
What a treat to listen to many stories of God’s work. Grace is always amazing but reading accounts like these leads one to the conclusion that some testimonies highlight more than others the power of sin to ruin but where sin did abound, grace does much more abound.