By powerfully illustrating the power of forgiveness in a fallen world, this first-person account is compelling in its narration of a remarkable young woman's physical, emotional, and spiritual survival following her abduction and rape, as portrayed in the movie Dead Man Walking.
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The Unforgettable, True Story Of How Forgiveness Triumphed Over the Unforgivable The award-winning movie Dead Man Walking told the story of convicted killer Robert Lee Willie. But what of the other people involved--the ones who were victims of his crimes? Meet Debbie Morris, a woman whose story takes Dead Man Walking one step further. After being kidnapped, terrorized, and raped repeatedly for 30 hours, and knowing that her boyfriend had been beaten , tortured, and probably left for dead by Willie and his partner, Debbie miraculously survived--and rebuilt her life by allowing God to heal her pain. This gripping saga is her first-person account of evil, suffering, healing, and above all, the incredible power of forgiveness in the face of tragedy. Forgiveness and the Dead Man Walking chronicles Debbie's ordeal and her role in the killer's trial, the years of guilt and questioning that ensued, and the healing process that not only led her to a deep trust in God but enabled her to forgive a man who many would have written off as beyond the power of God's grace. Debbie recounts as well her eventual meeting with Sister Prejean, author of Dead Man Walking, and her decision to speak publicly about her ordeal on the television show, Frontline. All who have met Debbie Morris affirm that this remarkable woman is a living testimony to the power of forgiveness and what it means to live out divine grace in the face of horrible suffering. Forgiveness and the Dead Man Walking is an inspiring story of overcoming unimaginable evil through the power of Christ and the forgiveness of God. Speaking with a strong faith that has been shaped and tempered by her experiences, Debbie Morris offers a powerful testimony of how God can heal the deepest pain when we trust him fully with our lives.From the Author:
Debbie Morris is a public school special education teacher with a particular concern for troubled students most at risk for future involvement in violence and crime. She and her husband and children live in northern Kentucky. Gregg Lewis is a freelance writer with 25 years experience in the publishing industry. The author or co-author of more than 30 books, he lives with his wife and five children in Rome, Georgia
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