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Nashua at the City Jail

Posted: 1st January 2013 by nash in Articles, Nash

Right now is the time to be strong for what I am about to undertake in the city jail. My thoughts won’t be so much on how the jail operates inside its walls with the slamming of doors, or on the keys that rattle from the police that walk by all through the day and […]

Out of the Belly of Hell The day we were all praying for finally came! After 15 months of age-lasting suffering, my dear friend, Leo Pineda, was at last released from detention. I was so privileged to be there to walk with him those first steps of freedom as we exited Stewart Detention Center together. […]

Keep on loving each other as brothers. Do not forget to entertain strangers, for by so doing some people have entertained angels without knowing it. Remember those in prison as if you were their fellow prisoners, and those who are mistreated as if you yourselves were suffering.” – Hebrews 13:1-3 Some of you might remember […]

Why Forgive? – Recommended Books

Posted: 15th March 2012 by nash in Articles

A compilation of incredible true stories of ordinary people scarred by violence who refused to let hatred control their lives create an irrefutable testimony to the power of forgiveness–one that will challenge, inspire, and encourage others wherever they are on the road to healing.

Traveling Soles – Inspirational Music by Pablo

Posted: 15th March 2012 by nash in Articles

Traveling Soles: Five Years ago, I performed for a Humane Border’s anniversary party. I made a commitment, in front of the many supporters, to record a CD based on border issues. This CD is not about me, it’s about those who have inspired me to become a voice for those who do not have one. […]

Temple by Sanders Thornburgh

Posted: 26th January 2012 by nash in Articles, Leo Pineda trilogy, Sanders

I sat in the lobby of the Stewart County Detention Center in Lumpkin, Georgia, waiting to see the detainee I had come to this prison to meet. I had visited many detainees at this place before, but this time it was different. A unique situation arose a week prior to this visit. At my church […]