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An Evening with Khalil Rushdan

In the fall of 2011, Khalil Rushdan walked out of prison a free man, after serving 15 years of a 25-year sentence following his conviction for first-degree murder. The Arizona Justice Project worked to free Rushdan as he was wrongly imprisoned. Hear the details of...
Prison Reform – Conversation #2

Prison Reform – Conversation #2

On March 28th attend either in person or via the ZOOM live streaming to participate in conversation #2 with different perspectives regarding life in prison. Perspectives regarding the juvenile population, abuse, spiritual hunger, and those who are imprisoned because of drug use or mental illness who might benefit more by other programs will be discussed.

Prison Reform – Conversation #2

Prison Reform Conversation This Tuesday

Do you hope for the restoration of those affected by incarceration? Do you pray for prisons to become more rehabilitative places or for a restorative criminal justice system? Do you believe that bringing the love of Jesus to the incarcerated and their families, can create moments where people can encounter the living Christ? If you’ve heard God’s call but don’t know where to start, join this conversation.

Prison Reform – Conversation #2

Prison Reform Conversation – Feb 28

Do you hope for the restoration of those affected by incarceration? Do you pray for prisons to become more rehabilitative places or for a restorative criminal justice system? Do you believe that bringing the love of Jesus to the incarcerated and their families, can create moments where people can encounter the living Christ? If you’ve heard God’s call but don’t know where to start, join this conversation.

Prison Reform Conversations

On Feb 23, the Prison Reform Task group is holding a series of conversations on Prison Reform. The talks will cover a gamut of topics from incarceration to prison life, and life-after-prison. Churches are welcome to host live stream viewing groups or attend in-person.

Why Kairos Prison Ministry?

Why Kairos Prison Ministry?

By Dennis Foster “I was in prison and you visited me.” (Matthew 25:36) My name is Dennis Foster and I have been blessed to be retired for nearly 10 years now. A few years before retiring I was asked many times to be on a team for Kairos Prison Ministry....
Unexpected Serendipities

Unexpected Serendipities

By Karen Spencer-Barnes In mid-November, three members of Red Mountain United Methodist Church’s Matthew 25:36 Prison Ministry team met with a couple from Illinois whose son had been murdered by his girlfriend in 2010 while he was a student at ASU.  The young lady is...

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