(Fox News) Pastor Andrew Brunson, who was held as a political hostage in Turkey for 735 days, says he is sharing God's side of the story, as well as the darkest moments of his life -- when he was in jail-- in his new book.
The book stems from a promise to God while in prison, where he battled suicidal thoughts and doubted God's existence, unsure if he would ever see freedom again.
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"My story is one of brokenness," Brunson told "Fox & Friends" Monday. "Many of the stories of biographies I read, they have very strong characters. I was actually very weak in prison and broken, and then God rebuilt me...I said in prison, 'God if you ever let me out of here, if I have a chance to speak, I will be open and honest about my brokenness."