Martha Ackerman and Stephanie Segel are bringing community and peace to prisons through a restorative art program called Create: New Beginnings.
Darcy Jo knew how to hold a grudge. She struggled with forgiveness. and would rather end a friendship than confront her bitterness. So what changed?
Meri reflects on how her former loyalties and desires led her down a journey of despair. But today she's on a journey of restoration.
Susan trusted herself over God, and it led her to a life of crime and incarceration. In this letter, she writes to her younger self what she has learned over the years.
Kelly from Shakopee shares how she deals with loneliness while serving her prison sentence.
"I may not understand the purpose for this right now, but I can trust Him with my health and life."
I am not proud about coming to prison and the time I've spent away from my only son, but God needed to save me from the life I was living or I wouldn't have been a mother much longer.
My name is Angelina, and I have complete freedom, even though I am in prison at Shakopee.