Amazing Facts of Faith — Nelson Mandela

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We’ve just released our latest Amazing Facts of Faith, “From Prison to the Palace.” It's full of inspiring stories, from Joseph in the Bible to Nelson Mandela, that will bless and inspire you.

It’s also a powerful bridging tool to introduce people to Amazing Facts and the deeper truths found at the ministry. Please share far and wide today ... and enjoy!

From Prison to the Palace
Every now and then in the panorama of history, we hear about individuals who go from the lowest depths to the highest pinnacles, emerging from the shackles of prison to lead and inspire a nation. Learn about one of these, Nelson Mandela, in South Africa—as Pastor Doug explores a powerful and inspirational Bible that can lead every man and woman from out of the lowest of lows to the highest of highs!


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