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What challenges would you face if you didn't have your ID card? http://ow.ly/eIDt303kccz
More than 650,000 men and women leaving prison every year struggle with not having valid identification. Yet many states do not provide them with ID cards.
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Life Without Mom: What its like growing up with a parent behind bars. http://ow.ly/cH9V303fJIO
Casey Anderson is one of 2.7 million people with a parent behind bars. Despite the struggles, she will not let having her mom behind bars define her.
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God Works Through The Unexpected: http://ow.ly/1Jw1302VWSs
God is writing a story of redemption, and His story ends well, with restoration and renewal. This is the joy of ministry to the incarcerated.
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Benefits of Hiring Former Prisoners. http://ow.ly/RiIy302JLN2
A new initiative in Iowa is encouraging employers to consider hiring men and women with criminal records, highlighting the positive impact of such hires.
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“I was a problem to society. I want to be a solution.” http://ow.ly/7BUU302wcTI
Track star Tim Montgomery had a gold medal and the title "Fastest Man in the World." But it took prison to give him the freedom he desired.
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Providing Books for Prisoners http://ow.ly/EfSE302dmGY
The written word can educate, move, and inspire. But that's only part of the reason Mike Oliver sends books each week to residents of Florida prisons.
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Taking steps in the right direction: “No one wants to go to prison, but prison changed my life.” http://ow.ly/HjkC3037mt4
A correctional facility in Iowa is taking steps to make sure the women there are equipped to make the most of their chances after release.
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A man called in to radio interview with our new CEO James Ackerman to share how a prison program changed his life. http://ow.ly/EXrm302JLWb
While new Prison Fellowship President James Ackerman was talking on the radio about the impact of in-prison ministry, "Bill" called to provide an example.
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Former prisoner builds successful coffee roasting company: http://ow.ly/ZS1G302wcZ8
A former prisoner has found a unique platform for changing the perceptions of people with a criminal record: a coffee roastery named Big House Beans.
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70 Baptized in Missouri Prison http://ow.ly/gRJn302p51b
A former Mexican gang member and prisoner himself, John Alarid was thrilled when asked if he would be willing to baptize 10 men in prison.
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A voice for reentry http://ow.ly/S9jw3027M8i
If you happen to be driving through Philadelphia, however, there's a chance you'll stumble across a program unique in the talk radio arena.
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Have them in circles
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Challotta Peppard's profile photo
Barry Cromartie's profile photo
Prison Pen Pals's profile photo
Soteria Allen's profile photo
Michelle Payette's profile photo
Shawn Anderson's profile photo
More Than Conquerors Bible Study's profile photo
ANDYBEST TV's profile photo
Amado Villarreal's profile photo
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Remember Those In Prison
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Prison Fellowship seeks to restore those affected by crime and incarceration to make communities safer and healthier.