Chaplain Ted L. Warmack
This Bible study course is a collection of lessons initially written for jail and prison inmates. However, many Pastors, Chaplains, and Christian workers are using the studies in their own work for the Lord. This book is a useful basic theological guide that is comprehensive, but not overwhelming. It is understandable and is written in simple everyday terms.
The chapters are divided into sections of Spiritual, Devotional, Doctrinal, Future Prophecy and Christian Growth. Th book addresses subjects that many tend to avoid such as the Trinity, Baptism of the Holy Spirit, Hell, Tongues, Separation, Tithing and Capital Punishment.
281 pages, softcover.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR…
Chaplain Warmack was born again on November 21, 1980. Prior to that date, he has been described by some as being a “roughneck” while his own description is “wild and crazy.” He is a former Marine, has worked in the power line construction field, as a training instructor for a Sheriff’s riot squad, and in financial services. He loves flying and is a private pilot as well as a certified diver. He is an avid outdoorsman who enjoys hunting and fishing.
Chaplain Warmack was called to preach and began in the Leon County Jail in Tallahassee, Florida where he became Chaplain in 1985. He likes to reminisce and tell how the Lord led him to the Sheriff’s office within a few minutes of the former Chaplain resigning and then gave him the job days later, which he has had for over 25 years now.
The Chaplain is also President and founder of Bible Believer’s Outreach Inc., a national outreach to those incarcerated.