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The Inmate Within: Prison Ministry, a Haven of Hope shines a light on life and restoration behind razor wire and steel bars. Peter K. Einstein illuminates prison life in intimate detail, including the sense of hopelessness and abandonment felt by even the toughest inmates. witness the life-changing effects of the Gospel message on incarcerated men and women and experience what it's like to be involved in prison ministry through the author's eyes. From ministry preparation and prison entry, to corrections staff and inmate interaction, to prisoner involvement with the music ministry services, The Inmate Within reminds us that we are all in prison in some way, even if we are not behind bars in a penal institution. Einstein's compelling journey inside penitentiary walls, through several decades of prison music ministry, reminds us that the same spiritual principles that apply to the incarcerated apply to all lives--and that every soul is a soul worth saving. The author bring understanding to the prison experience and the complexities of inmates' lives. Some inmates will be released and lead productive lives in society, others will find their way back to prison after being released, and many will never leave; yet all can find lasting freedom through God's grace and mercy, even while in captivity.