Losing Megan by Tom Kohl
Finding Hope, Comfort and Forgiveness in the Midst of Murder

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Tom Kohl, a judge, relates how God changed his life through the living Jesus Christ; how God could take a tragedy and turn it into a triumph. Only through the power of the living God could Tom come to forgive the man who brutally murdered his daughter. This story also reveals how drug court, an intensive treatment program, was birthed out of Tom’s heart for drug addicts, offering second, third, and fourth chances in the criminal justice system. This is the true story of finding hope, comfort, and forgiveness in the midst of the darkness of drug addiction and ultimately the murder of Tom’s daughter.

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Published November 30, 2012 by WestBowPress. 145 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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