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Rogue Angel: The Spiritual Journey of One of the FBI's Ten Most Wanted

by Jodi Werhanowicz

Other authors: Charles Colson (Foreword)

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Now you can read the whole remarkable story of Mary Kay Beard who started Angel Tree, a ministry of Prison Fellowship.

As a young woman, Mary Kay Beard let the pain and anger from an abusive childhood drive her into a life of crime and danger. By the time she was 27, she was on the FBI's Ten Most Wanted List, wanted in four states, and was the target of a mafia contract. Finally captured, convicted of armed robbery, sentenced to 21 years, and thrown into solitary confinement in an Alabama prison, Mary Kay took stock of her life. She started reading the Bible. Thus began God's amazing transformation of a broken, bitter criminal into a beautiful woman of faith and service.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:22:07 -0400)

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