Remembering Those Who are In Prison




“Remembering Those Who Are in Prison……” (Hebrews 13:3)

Book Campaign

Have you or your organization thought about helping those who are incarcerated?

Tavis Taylor, author of the book, “Behind the Walls: Making it Through a Tough Time”, has launched a book campaign titled “Remembering Those Who Are in Prison…..”

The purpose of this project is to encourage you to offer hope, inspiration and direction to incarcerated men and women. Hebrews 13:3 reminds us of our responsibility to remember those who are in prison, whether figuratively or mentally. Written by someone who has made it through tough times, “Behind the Walls” is a faith-based book filled with overcoming encouragements!

What others are saying about the book:

This groundbreaking message will open your eyes to the truth for getting into, staying, and being productive in the body of Christ.  It will help you deal with your questions and concerns about getting close to God while you are incarcerated. Whether you are a new Christian or re-establishing your relationship with God, this book will walk you through the process of getting to that place of peace.  It will teach you how to utilize scripture for prayer as well.

Nathan D. Durham, Pastor,

New Beginnings Bible Church

Part journal and part self-help, this Behind the Walls was tailored to shed light on some of life’s darkest concerns. With thought-provoking Biblical scriptures and eye-opening personal reflections, this book will bring comfort to the heart and motivation to the spirit.

Dr. Bridget Pollock, Dental Director

DeKalb County Jail

Most of all, this edifying book will assist you in releasing the guilt of what you have done so that you can move forward while incarcerated.  This book will help you during your incarceration and might even help you be released from your state of incarceration.  Ultimately, it leaves messages that are aimed to be treasured even after incarceration.

Mr. Sidney Watson, Correctional Counselor

Fulton County Jail


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