Zondervan pulls kung fu book; Is it ‘Rickshaw Rally’ revisited?

Evangelical publisher Zondervan has pulled a leadership book featuring a kung fu theme after Asian-American Christian leaders led an online protest against its imagery.

Strengthened family ties break cycle of criminal behavior

Ministry to inmates’ children and spouses can help keep families together through incarceration and after release. Generally, offenders are placed in prisons away from home—often across the state or even in another state.

Relationships, reconnection foster restoration

Relationship is at the heart of the restorative justice philosophy—restoring an offender’s relationship with self, family and community.

Restorative Justice: Focus on Healing

Restorative justice, which emphasizes healing of the victim, the community and the offender, is being implemented in different ways across the country. 

Christian students set up dry tailgate party

“College Kids Tailgate” is a group of students at Auburn who say they don't need alcohol to have a good time. Three years of sober tailgating has morphed into a “ministry opportunity" outside their dorm.
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