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June 14, 2019
The Importance of Restoration in the Reentry Process, Part III

Continuing our exploration of the Biblical teaching on the topic of Restoration, let's quickly review the major ideas presented in the previous blog.  First, ALL Christians are commanded to proactively demonstrate the identical forgiveness we have received from God through Christ.  As we'll see, our Lord does not suggest this; He commands it.  Second, there are two […]

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June 7, 2019
The Importance of Restoration in the Reentry Process, Part II

In the previous blog we discussed the Biblical principle of RESTORATION as a primary component of successful reentry and transition.  The conviction was expressed that every mature Christian is called to the work of restoring the fallen.  It is hard work, time consuming and the stronger, healthy Christian who answers the call to link hearts with […]

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May 31, 2019
The Importance of Restoration in the Reentry Process

In previous blogs we have discussed various topics related to inmates and their reentry and transition to civilian life.  The process is never easy, many fail at the attempt and thus, recidivism rates are inexcusably high.  However, there is a common thread to be observed among those inmates who succeed in the process.  They are […]

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May 24, 2019
Easter, Inmates, and Reconciliation - Part II

In a previous blog I told the true story of "Jane" and her father "John", real people with fictitious names whom we have been privileged to assist in the reentry and transition preparation process.  As this is written we are all facing a very happy Easter celebration as we reflect on the work God has done […]

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May 17, 2019
Reconciliation – A Major Component in Reentry and Transition

Every ministry partner, donor and friend – not to mention the ministry employees and leaders, wants to know if their work is successful.  It is both common and appropriate to ask questions such as: "Are we fulfilling our intended purpose and mission?"  "Are lives being positively impacted by our work?"  "Is my generosity/donation to this […]

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May 10, 2019
Changing the Dialogue

In recent posts we have addressed the serious problem in America of recidivism – the return of released inmates to prison after committing another crime, being arrested, convicted, sentenced and returned to prison within 3 years after their previous release. The high numbers posted by both state and federal government officials range from 35% to […]

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May 3, 2019
Reentry and Transition to Civilian Life

Last time I addressed the true nature of recidivism which is by most standards out of control in many states. More importantly is the response IMR has taken in addressing this epidemic not through prison reform, but through the transformation of lives, one life at a time, through the power of Jesus Christ and His […]

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April 26, 2019
Rampant Recidivism and the Christian Response

The term Recidivism is legally defined in most circles as a prison inmate who is released and within 3 years commits another crime, is arrested, prosecuted and sentenced and returns to prison to serve more time. Some states boast a low recidivism rate percentage of released inmates in the mid-teens while others publish a figure in the […]

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