Karla Faye Tucker Set Free: Life and Faith on Death Row

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Crown Publishing Group, Feb 16, 2011 - Religion - 240 pages
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This gripping story about the first woman executed in Texas in over one hundred years draws on accounts from family, prisoners, government officials, and friends to show how God used a remarkable woman to reach countless lives with a message of redemption and joy. Linda Strom, Tucker's spiritual advisor and close friend for eleven years, includes photographs as well as excerpts from Tucker's letters and interviews.


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incredible testimony of a woman committed to Jesus

User Review  - Nancy Melander - Christianbook.com

Karla Faye Tucker is an example of a woman taken from the worst environment in her early years as a child and brought under the loving care of her Heavenly Father. Her time in prison was her greatest witness, right up to the end where she is executed for her crime. A wonderful and inspiring read. Read full review

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User Review  - Amy Hatfield - Christianbook.com

I loved Set Free. My husband and I have a prison ministry & the book was very uplifting to see how some people actually do get touched by God in so much that they get a hold of the way they can be ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Linda Strom and her husband, Dallas, are the founders of discipleship Unlimited, a healing ministry that reaches out to prisoners, their families, and others in need. Strom is a contributor to Just Between Friends by Terry Meeuwsen.


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