Immobilized with the pain and grief from the loss of her husband of 30 years, Chaplain McDonald experienced an amazing recovery with the help of God. She tells her story of recovery in the hope that others may be helped through their grieving process.
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About the Author
Vescinda McDonald aka Yong Hui V. McDonald, a United Methodist minister, has been working as a chaplain at Adams County Detention Facility (ACDF) in Brighton, Colorado, since 2003, and as an on-call hospital chaplain since 2002. She is a certified American Correctional Chaplain, spiritual director, author, and founder of the Transformation Project Prison Ministry, a 501 (c) (3) non-profit Corporation (TPPM), in 2005. TPPM produces MAXIMUM SAINTS books and DVDs containing transformation stories of inmates at ACDF. TPPM distributes books and DVDs free of charge to prisons, jails, and homeless shelters nationwide. Within five years, TPPM produced seven English books, two Spanish books and four DVDs. This year, Maximum Saints Dream book was published and currently TPPM is working on a book and DVD on forgiveness. She founded GriefPathway Ventures LLC in 2010 to help others learn how to process grief and healing.