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Divine collision : an African boy, an American lawyer, and their remarkable battle for freedom

Author: Jim Gash; Bob Goff
Publisher: Franklin, TN : Worthy Publishing, [2015] ©2015
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Los Angeles lawyer and law professor, Jim Gash, tells the amazing true story of how, after a series of God-orchestrated events, he finds himself in the heart of Africa defending a courageous Ugandan boy languishing in prison and wrongfully accused of two separate murders. Ultimately, their unlikely friendship and unrelenting persistence reforms Uganda's criminal justice system, leaving a lasting impact on hundreds  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Autobiographies
Named Person: Jim Gash
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jim Gash; Bob Goff
ISBN: 9781617956713 1617956716
OCLC Number: 933586103
Notes: "Helping people experience the Heart of God"--Verso.
Description: xvii, 295 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: The Catalyst --
Ihungu --
The Government --
Life at Ihungu --
Mzungus --
Death at Ihungu --
Love Does --
Throwing Starfish --
You Are Welcome --
Return of the Mzungus --
Round Two --
Hat Trick --
Departure --
Waiting for Justice --
Trials --
the Verdict --
Black into the Bush --
Crossroads --
The Plea --
Guideposts --
Surprises --
New Beginnings --
Full Circle --
Appeals.
Responsibility: Jim Gash ; foreword by Bob Goff.

Abstract:

"Los Angeles lawyer and law professor, Jim Gash, tells the amazing true story of how, after a series of God-orchestrated events, he finds himself in the heart of Africa defending a courageous Ugandan boy languishing in prison and wrongfully accused of two separate murders. Ultimately, their unlikely friendship and unrelenting persistence reforms Uganda's criminal justice system, leaving a lasting impact on hundreds of thousands of lives and unearthing a friendship that supersedes circumstance, culture and the walls we often hide behind"--Amazon.com.
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