"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.
Meet Casey Irwin. She served time in three separate facilities for "a couple of drug possessions and a DUI or two." A self-proclaimed hermit, she didn't want help from others in staying clean. But when she ended up in Shakopee for 14 months, Casey knew something had to change.
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!