Chaplain Paul Vescio

Phoenix Az
Literary Goals:
To write books that glorify God and the seek to help others

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About Me

I have been on a journey over the past few years in trying to understand suffering and what I have found is that the more we try to understand it the more questions we have about it. The Lord placed on my heart to write this book that includes my friendship with Joan and how we as Christians deal with suffering.
I serve our Lord as a Volunteer Community Chaplain in an Acute Respiratory Care Center in Deer Valley Az. Many of the patients where I serve are on ventilators, some patients are coma and semi-coma. The level of suffering is heartbreaking. I, therefore, dedicate this very important and insightful book to all those whom I have been so blessed to have met in the care center where I serve as Chaplain. I dedicate this book to them for their friendship, kindness, love and for their unfailing faith in Christ our Lord.

“Without suffering here on earth there can be no compassion and without compassion, there can be no true love. Christ dying on the cross so that our sin debt could be forgiven was the ultimate act of love because He had compassion for all humanity.” John 3:16

Additional Information

Hebrews 11:1 Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. The Miracles of Kingman State Prison is my personal testimony of the incredible workings of God that I personally witnessed while I was an inmate at Kingman State Prison in Kingman Arizona from 2008 to 2010. The greatest miracle of all was the countless number of inmates who gave their lives to Christ while I was there. It is therefore my solemn prayer that this book will help lead many lost souls to Christ...John 3:16 John 14:27 My Website Address is

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