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Forget Me Not: Reflections and yearnings from behind bars

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In 1991, Father Nodewald, chaplain of a maximum security prison in Germany, issued an open invitation to anyone who would like to join a Bible study group. Some came to study the Bible, some came for the warmth of human contact, and some came simply as an excuse to be out of their cell for a while.

A warm cohesive group of men established mutual understanding and trust, friendships such as some had never experienced on the "outside" In these pages you can share some of those stories, their reflections, and their yearnings.

Forget Me Not: Reflections and yearnings from behind bars

Author: Klemens Nodewald

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