Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Hospice-Angola style www.onelastshotthemovie.org

From my friend Lou who used to volunteer here and this is how she knows Brother Checo.

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Forwarded Message ----
From: Lou


Watch this video. This is where I worked for years at Angola.  Saw many of my inmates die and was holding their hand, but I know where they are and I will see them one day.  What an experience that is embedded in my mind forever.  Tears are flowing down my face as I watch this.  Very touching to me and brought back such sad and such wonderful memories that I will never, ever forget.  I know many of these inmates.  Nelson Lane was working in Hospice when I was there. A funeral at Angola is something really heart breaking, but it was something to see when all their inmate friends got up to speak about their special loved friends, especially when they were ready to meet Jesus.  Hope you enjoy it as much as I did.  Of course, I gave 30 years of my life to inmates, so it may mean something totally different to me than it will to you, but watch it anyway, I think you will be thoroughly blessed.  www.onelastshotthemovie.org
One of the inmates fears is being buried at Look Out Mountain at the prison, but many are buried there as their family have forsaken them or all their family have died and they are all alone, so Look Out Mountain at Angola Prison is the only place they can be buried. Be blessed as I was.In Christ love,
Lou Beyl

Subject: Hospice-Angola stlye

Lou, you've got to watch this.  When I saw it, I instantly thought of you and the work you did for years and still doing in prisons.
 Click on this link ….


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