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When Prisoners Return: Why We Should Care and How You and Your Church Can Help
When Prisoners Return: Why We Should Care and How You and Your Church Can Help
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Most inmates do not leave prison transformed into law-abiding citizens. This book explains why you and your church should become involved in helping returning prisoners, and provides practical ways to help.
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By Pat Nolan
 
Contains a foreword by Chuck Colson. Over 600,000 inmates will be released from America’s prisons this year, returning to neighborhoods across the country.
 
These men and women are coming out, like it or not. What kind of neighbors will these returning inmates be? What has been done to prepare them to live healthy, productive, law-abiding lives?
 
Each of us has a stake in seeing that these men and women make a safe and successful return to their communities. Yet, today very little is being done to help them make that transition successfully.
 
Most offenders will be returning from years in overcrowded prisons where they were exposed to the horrors of violence including homosexual rape, isolation from family and friends, and despair. Most are idle in prison; warehoused with little preparation to make better choices when they return to the free world.
 
Further, little is done to change the moral perspective of offenders. Most inmates do not leave prison transformed into law-abiding citizens. In fact, the very skills inmates develop to survive inside prison make them anti-social when they are released.
 
For prisoners to return to their communities safely and successfully, we need much more than government programs. Government programs can’t love someone, only people can do that.
 
This is one of the roles the church is called upon to take in our communities: to minister to those who have the least. This book explains why you and your church should become involved in helping returning prisoners, and provides practical ways to help.
 
168 pages. Softcover. 2004.
 
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