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Items Tagged "Imprisoned Incarcerated"

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Convict’s moving testimony about Kairos Prison Ministry

"I thank God for what He changed me into because I used to be a monster." United Methodists are part of the transformative work of Kairos. View

A 2000 photo of Nelson Mandela.

Robben Island reflections: Mandela showed us how to forgive

Tafadzwa W. Mudambanuki, central conference content coordinator for United Methodist News Communications, reflects on the contribution of Nelson Mandela, an inspiration to people of all colors and all nations. Read More

UMTV: Prison Ministry Restores Hope

Former inmate Kimery Finger credits support of Cascade UMC for her new lease on life. "They were a bunch of sisters holding me up." View

UMTV: Mom’s Grief Inspires Peace Walk

"It's like his spirit is pushing me." Chicago mom who lost son says prayer labyrinth lets people focus on following God, and can end violence. View

John Wesley and black colleges

Walter Kimbrough writes that United Methodists can see the social principles in action when they support the Black College Fund. Read More

Board screens out private-prison stocks

Pension board of directors decides profiting from the incarceration of people is not in keeping with church teachings. Read More

Family Vacation from Cancer

Church gives trips to those dealing with disease. "It takes their childhood away. When you get to just have fun, that's giving a piece of that back." View

Hope for Inmates

Chaplain champions the HOPE program, a support group in which prisoners write letters to children in Africa and send money for school fees. View

Second Chance After Prison

My Sister's Keeper pairs female inmates with professional women on the outside to build relationships that can last long after a person is released. View