Prisonist.org: Edited by Jeff Grant, JD, M Div, Executive Director of Family ReEntry, serving the CT Criminal Justice Community & Co-Founder of Progressive Prison Ministries, the First Ministry in the U.S. Created to Support Individuals, Families & Organizations with White-Collar and Other Nonviolent Incarceration Issues.

Sunday, December 22, 2013

Presenting at Wheaton College, CMCA Summit, May 2014!

Progressive Prison Project

Innocent Spouse & Children Project

Greenwich, Connecticut

We are honored to have accepted an
Invitation to Present at IMPACT 2014
The Correctional Ministry Summit
Wheaton College, Illinois
May 29th - 31st, 2014
Please join us.

Wishing a healthy, happy & blessed holiday season
to all of our dear friends & family.
 









2014 Workshops

We want to thank these outstanding servant leaders for their willingness to  share their skills and expertise with us.  Our workshop presenters are hands-on practitioners who understand the challenges and blessings of serving those impacted by incarceration.
TRACK TITLE PRESENTER
Chaplains Effective Mentoring to the Incarcerated: Changing the Lives of Returning Citizens and Impacting the Institution’s Culture Lettie Car, Maryland Correctional Institution for Women
Chaplains The Genesis Project – Lifer’s Reentry Program Ron Evans, Jackson Correctional Institution
Chaplains The Three Faces of Prison Chaplaincy Jeff Hinshaw, Jay Vincent, Kathy Williams, New Castle Correctional Facility
Chaplains Building a Foundation for Faith-Based Volunteer Engagement Tammy Holland, Texas Juvenile Justice Department
Chaplains Evaluating Correctional Chaplaincies and Correctional Chaplains Dale Pace, Christian Jail Ministry, Inc.
Chaplains S.P.I.R.I.T: A Program for the Transformation of Self-Concept in the Incarcerated Henry Tysor, HT Ministries
Chaplains The Impact of Religious Programming on Sex Offenders Kathy Williams, New Castle Correctional Facility
Church Leaders Prison Reform: How to Get Your Voice Heard Craig DeRoche, Justice Fellowship/Prison Fellowship
Church Leaders Ministering to Transform White Collar Criminals and Families through Christ Jeff Grant, Progressive Prison Project/Innocent Spouse & Children Project
Church Leaders Getting to the Root of the Work Problem LaToya King, Jobs for Life
Church Leaders Empowering Churches for Correctional Ministry Harold Dean Trulear, Healing Communities USA
Church Leaders Sex Offenders in our Churches Bob VanDomelen, Broken Yoke Ministries
Church Leaders How to Assimilate Recovering People into the Church Mark VanderMeer, New Community Church
Correctional Administrator Integrating State DOC and Community Based Case Management Systems for Effective Reentry Allan Barsema, MPOWER
Correctional Administrator The View from the Warden’s Office Jack Cowley, Alpha USA Prison & Reentry Ministry
Correctional Administrator Cultural Bias in the Treatment Industry – Diversion to Treatment Gina Evans, MN Adult and Teen Challenge
Correctional Administrator Creating Impactful Faith-Based Programming Karen Swanson, Institute for Prison Ministries
Jail/Prison Ministry Non-Religious Education In Prison as Christian Ministry Will Andrews, doctoral student, Chicago Theological Seminary
Jail/Prison Ministry Achieving Your Growth Goals through CMCA Richard Barnhart, CMCA
Jail/Prison Ministry Loving Inmates to D.E.A.T.H (Dignity, Eternal Security, Absolute Truth, Teaching, Heaven) Pamela Bolding, Neighborhood Christian Center
Jail/Prison Ministry Using Dialogue for Discipleship Craig Curtis, E.C. Brooks Correctional Facility
Jail/Prison Ministry It Takes Money! Dan Hanneken, In2Action
Jail/Prison Ministry International Leadership Angel Hernandez, Grace Covenant International
Jail/Prison Ministry Encountering Religious Pluralism in Correctional Ministry Michael R. Smith, Sr., Federal Bureau of Prisons
Jail/Prison Ministry Strategic and Operational Ministry Expansion and Funding Using Social Impact Bonds Alphonso Spence, Making a Difference International
Jail/Prison Ministry Programming for Justice Involved Women: Gender-Specific and Faith-Based Karen Swanson, Institute for Prison Ministries
Jail/Prison Ministry A Biblical Cognitive Approach to Understanding & Addressing Addiction & Relapse Prevention Robert Vann, A Strictly Biblical Perspective
Jail/Prison Ministry Faith and Character Based Programming: Creative Concepts for 21st Century Prison Ministry Michael Vosbrink, Florida Department of Corrections
Jail/Prison Ministry Criminal Justice Trends: An Overview of State Criminal Justice Reforms and How to get Your State on the List Jesse Wiese, Justice Fellowship/Prison Fellowship
Juvenile Don’t Forget Incarcerated Youth Steve Lowe, Pacific Youth Correctional Ministries
Juvenile Changing the Youth of Today for Tomorrow Victor Marx, All Things Possible Ministries
Juvenile Hot Topics in Juvenile Justice Advocacy Heather Rice-Minus, Justice Fellowship/Prison Fellowship
Juvenile Strategies for Working with High Risk Youth Gareth Unruh, Youth for Christ Juvenile Justice Ministries
Juvenile How to Start an Effective Juvenile Detention Center Ministry Gareth Unruh, Youth for Christ Juvenile Justice Ministries
Reentry Specialists Welcome Mentor Female Inmates Annie Goebel, Daughters of Destiny
Reentry Specialists Purposeful Neighboring: Creating Reentry-Ready Communities Steve Gordon, Strategic Reentry Group
Reentry Specialists Engaging Resistant Clients: Interaction Skills Dan Hanneken, In2Action
Reentry Specialists Different Insights on Prison Ministry Rev. Joyce Pugh, Reid Temple AME Church
Reentry Specialists The Biblical Blueprint for Re-Entry Michael Swiger, True Freedom Ministries
Reentry Specialists Building a Legacy of Strong Families Catherine Tijerina, The Ridge Project
Reentry Specialists Community Recovery Mark VanderMeer, New Community Church
Reentry Specialists Build Better Boards Debbie Walsh, Child Evangelism Fellowship
Reentry Specialists Keeping it Legal in 2014 Dennis Walsh, The Micah Project
Reentry Specialists Collateral Consequences: The Social and Moral Costs of Perpetual Criminal Punishment Jesse Wiese, Justice Fellowship/Prison Fellowship

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