"I've known God throughout my life but never on an intimate level."
Kelly from Shakopee shares how she deals with loneliness while serving her prison sentence.
"Over time our love for each other became weaker, and our love for drugs became stronger."
"I may not understand the purpose for this right now, but I can trust Him with my health and life."
I am not proud about coming to prison and the time I've spent away from my only son, but God needed to save me from the life I was living or I wouldn't have been a mother much longer.
My name is Angelina, and I have complete freedom, even though I am in prison at Shakopee.
It wasn't until I was 15 years into my 30-year-plus life sentence before I gave my life to Christ.
I have been incarcerated for four years. I have learned that God doesn't see me as a [number], but He sees me as Emily. I am a child of the one true King, highly favored and dearly loved!