Roger McGowen – articles & testimonials

Pierre Pradervand’s visit with Roger 2020 – January 2020

After 20 years of exchanging through a thick Plexiglas window, last year I had for the first time what is called a “contact visit”. where we sit face to face on a long row of tables in the “contact” visitors’ room, and so I got the hug of the century at the beginning and at the end of our meeting. Roger is in shining form – in 21 or 22 years of visits, I’ve never seen him so well, so strong, so fulfilled. And for good reason. And this year I enjoyed again this “contact visit”.

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Press release – Roger McGowen: A leader in the Power of Love and Brotherhood in Prison

After over 30 years in a Texas prison (for a crime, that those who know his case, believe he did not commit) Roger McGowen has demonstrated the power of love and brotherhood to rehabilitate and transform the lives of prison inmates and an entire prison culture – perhaps providing a model for the world. With the financial help of an international network of supporters, Roger helps to organize monthly fellowship meals called a “Spread” on many different cell blocks at the Wynne Unit Prison in Huntsville, Texas.

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Report and testimonials January 2019

Dear Friends,
This report is perhaps the most important of all that I’ve sent out. Here, the inmates who are
friends of Roger McGowen at the Wynne Unit in Huntsville, Texas tell us in their own words
the significance and transforming power of the help we provide from the Roger McGowen
International Support Group.

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Read this beautiful letter from Roger in this article ~ “We can change the world one heart and one mind at a time”

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An extraordinary testimonial

THIS LETTER IS ONE OF THE MOST REMARKABLE THAT I HAVE RECEIVED FROM PEOPLE WHO HAVE READ  ROGER’S BOOK “MESSAGES OF LIFE FROM DEATH ROW” ~ Pierre Pradervand
The Bangkwang Central Prison prison is nicknamed “Big Tiger” (because it has the reputation of “eating up” inmates who are imprisoned there.) Many inmates still wear ankle shackles. It also has the reputation of being by far the worst prison in Thailand and even in S-E Asia.
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