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Six Million Angels: Stories from 20 Years of Angel Tree's Ministry to the Children of Prisoners

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For 20 Years Prison Fellowship's Angel Tree ministry has touched the hearts of prisoners and their families by serving their children. Last year alone 50,000 volunteers from 14,000 churches provided Christmas gifts for more than 600,000 children. The heartwarming stories in this collection celebrate the phenomenal success of Angel Tree's Christmas gift-giving and the many ...more
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Published January 4th 2004 by Vine Books (first published July 1st 2002)
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Almost 40 years ago, Charles W. Colson was not thinking about reaching out to prison inmates or reforming the U.S. penal system. In fact, this aide to President Richard Nixon was "incapable of humanitarian thought," according to the media of the mid-1970s. Colson was known as the White House "hatchet man," a man feared by even the most powerful politicos during his four years of service to Nixon.

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