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How God Transformed a Terrorist
Learn the back story of what has been described as one of the most remarkable conversions of the Twentieth Century.
“THE STORY... IS RIVETING, INSPIRING, AT TIMES HARD TO BELIEVE BUT UTTERLY TRUE, AND IT GIVES SOME MEASURE OF HOPE IN THESE RANCOROUS TIMES.” - JOHN GRISHAM
From a high-speed chase, shoot-out, and prison escape, to an FBI agent’s wife and her prayer group, learn more in this remarkable testimony of God's transforming power.
Find renewed hope and encouragement in God as you hear how He has worked and still is working in a most unlikely person. This unforgettable story illustrates how God builds His kingdom with broken tools, which includes each of us. God can transform each of us to live lives of beauty and significance for His glory.
Thomas A. TarrantsThomas A. Tarrants is President Emeritus of the C.S. Lewis Institute. After serving twelve years as president and nine years as vice President, he retired from his position as Vice President for Ministry and Director, Washington Area Fellows Program, with CSLI in June 2019. He holds a Masters of Divinity Degree, as well as a Doctor of Ministry Degree in Christian Spirituality. Tom is an ordained minister in the Evangelical Church Alliance and a member of the Evangelical Theological Society. He spends his time writing, mentoring, consulting and traveling. His life story is told in Consumed by Hate, Redeemed by Love, published by Thomas Nelson Publishers.
Joel Woodruff, President, C.S. Lewis Institute, has worked in higher education, “tent-making,” nonprofit administration, and pastoral ministries in Alaska, Israel, Hungary, France, and Northern Virginia. He served as Dean of Students, Chaplain, and Professor of Bible & Theology at European Bible Institute, where he helped train Europeans both for professional ministry and to be Christian leaders in the marketplace. Prior to joining the Institute, he was on the leadership team of Oakwood Services International, a nonprofit educational and humanitarian organization. He is a graduate of Wheaton College, earned his M.Div. from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, and has a doctorate in Organizational Leadership from Nova Southeastern University. As a Parish-Pulpit Fellow, he studied Biblical Backgrounds & Archaeology in Israel for a year.