Prisoner of Christ The Life Story of Leslie and Carrie Wolfe 1960 Hardcover. Missionaries For Christ In The Philippine Islands For More Than Forty Years. Included Is The Personal Diary Of Leslie Wolfe While Imprisoned In The Japanese Concentration Camp. Title: Prisoner Of Christ Music Download By: Deon Kipping Format: Music Download Vendor: Verity Records Publication Date: 2012 Stock No: WWDL148774-12. A Prisoner for Christ The letter was addressed to the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles—and its contents left the board flabbergasted. It was from an inmate asking for permission to turn down his parole—and stay in prison. The story behind that letter is a remarkable tale of one man's radical obedience to Christ.
80: A Prisoner for Christ July 29, 1989 Whit sends young Nicholas Adamsworth on an Imagination Station adventure to meet an escaped slave named Onesimus and an apostle named Paul. The real test of sobriety begins the moment the ex-prisoner walks back into the free world where bars and drug dealers are as near as the next street corner. To maintain sobriety, it is vital for ex-prisoners with a history of drug and alcohol abuse to get connected with a support group immediately after release. Dialectical behavioral therapy pdf.
The National Archives has an online searchable database.
This series, part of Record Group 389, has information about U.S. military officers and soldiers and U.S. civilians and some Allied civilians who were prisoners of war and internees.
The record for each prisoner provides serial number, personal name, branch of service or civilian status, grade, date reported, race, state of residence, type of organization, parent unit number and type, place of capture (theater of war), source of report, status, detaining power, and prisoner of war or civilian internee camp site. Records of prisoners of the Japanese who died also document whether the prisoner was on a Japanese ship that sank or if he or she died during transport from the Philippine Islands to Japan. There are no records for some prisoners of war whose names appear in the lists or cables transmitted to the Office of the Provost Marshal General by the International Committee of the Red Cross.
This collection contains information on military personnel and a few civilians who were prisoners of the Japanese during World War II. The series includes records principally derived from the series 'Records of World War II Prisoners of War, 1942-1947' (ARC Identifier 583428) and supplemented with military organization and other information.
The following guide will also be helpful in locating prisoner records: