From Prison Gang to Bible Study Group

From Prison Gang to Bible Study Group

To some, high school is a place to learn new things and explore new hobbies. To others, it is a place to make friends and socialize. To Jason, it was a place to sell drugs. “By sixteen, I was an accomplished drug dealer, using school for my client base,” he says. “I...

Just for Mentors #22

Just for Mentors:JUNE 2019 In this month’s Just for Mentors, Doug discusses the challenges for men and women released from prison reentering society and how you as Crossroads mentors can begin to prepare your students to thrive upon their release. Newsletter...

Just for Mentors #21

Just for Mentors:MAY 2019 For many Crossroads mentors, it is difficult to write letters to men and women you have never met. In this month’s Just for Mentors, Doug offers practical tips on how to write meaningful, encouraging letters to your students. Newsletter...

Just for Mentors #20

Just for Mentors:APRIL 2019 In this month’s Just for Mentors, Doug reminds us that Jesus is always present and at work in prison. He casts a vision for how we as mentors can continually point students to Jesus’ ongoing work in their lives. Newsletter...

Just for Mentors #19

Just for Mentors:MARCH 2019 Drawing on his own journey of incarceration and reentering society, Doug explains how mentors can help their students have a vision for restoration in their lives. Newsletter...
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