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Oct 25

“Wild Man” Hicks was partying with Robin Williams & others and living in the fast lane… Listen

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My friend Philip “Wild Man” Hicks was living in the fast lane – reporting sports, eating fire and partying with the likes of Jimmy Buffet, Hunter S. Thompson, and Robin Williams.  All of this was to come screeching to a sudden halt, though, with a burglary gone wrong and a Mafia hit man at the wrong side of a .357 magnum!  Dig into this page-turner to see how Jesus Christ could capture the heart of this “rebel without a cause” and infuse new life, faith and meaning to those around him.

Donate to send him back to prison to minister to the men, women and their children in prison at: http://jesusbehindbars.com/

bookcoverGet his book here and help him to minister in prison  https://www.amazon.com/Cross-357-Magnum-Philip-Hicks/dp/088270320X

ENDORSEMENTS 

“A marvelous and intensely interesting account of God taking a man out of darkness into light.”  Merlin Carothers, Author of Prison to Praise, Power in Praise and Praise Mountain.

“Philip’s life is a greenhouse for the impossible! One captivating story after another will give you the courage to face your life situations with expectation instead of dread.  His method of writing reminds us of Frankk Peretti’s, author of ‘This Present Darkness’.  Powerful and life-changing!  Pastor Francis and Suzie Anfuso, Senior Pastor, Founder of Christian Equippers International.

“In our packets we give to inmates who receive Jesus, we include various books to encourage their growth.  But when it comes to inspirational stories available today, your book is “the book of books!” Pastor Art Hallett, President of Evangelism Explosion’s International Prison Ministry.

 

“The Cross and the .357 Magnum is an encouragement to those who don’t follow Christ and a faith builder for those who do!  Filled with miracle after miracle, you will learn how the truth can really set you free!”  Dr. Samuel M. Huddleston, Asst Superintendent, Norcal/Nevada A/G.  Author of “Five Years To Life

“Philip Hicks is another wonderful story of Jesus reaching into the prison to produce a trophy of His grace!  Though we represent different theological traditions, I rejoice over his story and ministry!” Chuck Colson, Founder and Chairman, Prison Fellowship

“The Book of Acts has no official ending.  It is apparent that the Holy Spirit intended it this way.  Why?  It is because new chapters are to be written on a regular basis throughout human history. 

 

Such a chapter is the content of Philip Hicks’ book, The Cross & the .357 Magnum.  I recommend this read for any and all who are interested in the miracle power of God!”  Dr. Glen D. Cole, Pastor Emeritus, Capital Christian Center, Sacramento, CA  Superintendent Emeritus, Assemblies of God, Northern California/Nevada.

 

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