entrepreneur Trish Jenkins…
A breach of the Corporations Act meant losing her multi-million dollar portfolio, including her family home.
It also meant Trish served 8 months in prison.
Isolated from her husband and 3 little girls, living among Queensland’s most dangerous criminals, Trish could have succumbed to despair.
…But Treasure is found in Dark Places…
Refusing to give in to self-pity, Trish answered a new calling to make a difference in the lives around her. In doing so she found a different kind of freedom and healing.
Real and raw, these pages are better than a memoir; made up of real-time letters, personal journaling and hindsight.
“I assumed I would be a model prisoner because I was a Christian. So how did I get into so much trouble, so often, yet with the best of intentions?”
Like when she was reported escaped…
Or setting the alarm off in the officers’ quarters…
Or having to explain why the woman she prayed for fell to the floor…
You’ll laugh, cry and shake your head as you experience funny stories, tragic circumstances, discouragement, hope and ever present faith.
Few people learn what prison is really like. Those who have rarely speak of it.
This is a courageous story.
“You may have no razor wire around you, but you may feel more like a prisoner than me! Let me share my keys to freedom with you.”
Journey with Trish to discover Treasures of Darkness.
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