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Between a Rock and a Grace Place by Carol Kent, Excerpt

Between a Rock and a Grace Place by Carol Kent, Excerpt

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Carol Kent and her husband, Gene, are now living what some would call a heartbreaking life -- their son, Jason, a young man who initially had so much promise, is now living out a life sentence for murder in a maximum security prison. All their appeals have been exhausted at both the state and federal levels -- humanly speaking, they have run out of options. But despite their hopeless situation, Carol and her husband live a life full of grace. Kent reveals how life’s problems become fruitful affliction where we discover the very best divine surprises, including peace, compassion, freedom, and adventure. Learn more at http://zndr.vn/aiZGUX
Carol Kent and her husband, Gene, are now living what some would call a heartbreaking life -- their son, Jason, a young man who initially had so much promise, is now living out a life sentence for murder in a maximum security prison. All their appeals have been exhausted at both the state and federal levels -- humanly speaking, they have run out of options. But despite their hopeless situation, Carol and her husband live a life full of grace. Kent reveals how life’s problems become fruitful affliction where we discover the very best divine surprises, including peace, compassion, freedom, and adventure. Learn more at http://zndr.vn/aiZGUX

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Divine Surprises in the Tight Spots of Life
By: Carol Kent
 
Carol Kent and her husband, Gene, are nowliving what some would call a heartbreakinglife—their son, Jason, a young man whoinitially had so much promise, is now living outa life sentence for murder in a maximumsecurity prison. All their appeals have beenexhausted at both the state and federallevels—humanly speaking, they have run outof options. But despite their hopelesssituation, Carol and her husband live a life fullof grace. Kent reveals how life’s problemsbecome fruitful affliction where we discoverthe very best divine surprises, including peace,compassion, freedom, and adventure.
 
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Between a Rock and a Grace Place
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 Between a Rock and a Grace Place
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Chuck Colson,
fune f Pin Fellwhip an theCln Cente f Biblical Wlview
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 Between a Rock and a Grace Place
, Cal Kentpen he heat an pu ut the ich len he’ leane in the haplace f life. Becaue he lve peple an becaue he lve Jeu,Cal hl nthing back, letting u expeience he jy an wight alng with he, helping u icve eep tuth we can apply tu wn challenging ituatin. Pignant lette fm he incaceaten an mving tie fm the june wh’ve ce thi fam-ily’ path give a clea meage f hpe: G’ gace hine even in theaket cne.
Liz Curtis Higgs,
betelling auth f 
 Bad Girls of the Bible
zzzI have lve the Kent family f many yea, but I will neve get ve hwG ha ue them t aue all f u that he can ue any tagey in aeeeming way. Cal i like Jeu in he tytelling. We fit think theetie ae abut the’ live; then we ealie they ae abut u wn.
Dr. Joel C. Hunter,
eni pat f Nthlan,A Chuch Ditibute, Lngw, Flia

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