Beyond the Sunset and Razor Wire

  • Paper cover
  • 87 pages
  • 0.208 lbs

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Reflections from prison

Timo Miller was kidnapped in broad daylight on a street in his hometown of Managua, Nicaragua, deported to the United States, and imprisoned for nearly eight months. His crime? Being a Good Samaritan in a situation where man's laws opposed God's laws.

Separation from family and church was painful, but Timo discovered that God was with him in prison. He found opportunities to witness and make new friends. Prison also provided time to pray and reflect on God, life, and the human condition.

This compilation of meditations was inspired and written while Timo was behind bars. His writings encourage us that a person who knows Christ can be free in spirit even when his legs are shackled, his window is barred, and he is surrounded by razor wire.


  • Foreword
  • Beyond the Sunset and Razor Wire
  • Order of Importance
  • When It Seems God Made a Mistake
  • Graciously Un-Normal
  • Of Blemishes and Scars
  • The Industry of Emptiness
  • For Husbands and Their Wives
  • Leaving the Donkey
  • Faith in Fools
  • Love Is Not a Four-Letter Word
  • Of Music and Bondage Behind Bars
  • The Day Stop Signs Changed
  • Thankful for Gethsemane
  • Chain Days
  • My Favorite Verse
  • Of Plastic Bottles and Other Pillows
  • My Grandfather
  • Fake Meat: Fake Cures
  • White Hair and Allergies
  • Legal Mail Only
  • Job and the Chickens
  • Alone
  • Of Muscles and Wives' Words
  • Saline Puddles
  • Ceramic Knives and Other Worship Instruments
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