Having a wayward child who makes bad choices is a difficult for any parent. But how do you deal with the devastating news that your son or daughter is incarcerated? Hear a brief conversation Chris had with a mom whose two sons were in prison and what she learned through that crucible. Have some encouragement for another parent going through this? Talk about it on Chris Fabry Live.
Becky Deboer is coleader of Angels of Hope and organizer of Women of Hope, both ministries of the Chicagoland Prison Outreach. She has been volunteering with Angels of Hope, a ministry to the family members of those who are incarcerated, with her church, Parkview Christian Church in Orland Park, Ill., for 9 years.
Carol Kent is a bestselling author and an international speaker for conferences, outreach events, and retreats. She’s the executive director of the Speak Up Conference, an event committed to helping people develop their speaking and writing skills. She and her husband, Gene, have founded the nonprofit organization, Speak Up for Hope, which benefits inmates and their families. Carol holds a master’s degree in communication arts and a bachelor’s degree in speech education. Carol has trained Christian speakers for over twenty-five years and she has been a featured speaker at Women of Faith, Extraordinary Women, and Women of Joy arena events. She is the author of over 25 books, including the bestselling When I Lay My Isaac Down, A New Kind of Normal, and Between a Rock and a Grace Place. Two of her newest titles are a 365 page-per-day devotional, titled He Holds My Hand, and Life Lessons for Moms.
Chris Fabry is the host of Chris Fabry Live on Moody Radio and is the author of more than 80 books. He is a member of the Christy Award Hall of Fame for Christian Fiction. His latest release is Saving Grayson from Focus on the Family. He and his wife live near Tucson, AZ.
Chris Fabry Live is designed to build up the spiritual immune system of the Christian men and woman. As you walk through the journey of faith called the Christian life, you meet new people, learn new things, laugh, cry and, most importantly, grow in your understanding of God.