Raising Awareness - Collaboration - Grassroots
This workshop introduces participants to gospel-centered justice, resources, and offers churches an opportunity to learn about the impact of Mass Incarceration on our neighbors through the lived experience of those who have been incarcerated.
Testimony Ministries partnered with Fuller Theological Seminary to create course content that centers lived experience, examines the Church's responses to Mass Incarceration, and equips churches for serving returning citizens.
This program offers churches an opportunity to learn about local justice issues & policy reform efforts, ways to engage with them, and to discuss the relevance of their faith with those who have testimonies of lived experience with these issues.
As a young Cambodian refugee, Sithy grew up in poverty, then he was incarceration as youth. Despite being granted a sentence reduction, due to his great transformation, he still is being threatened with deportation. Advocate with us for Sithy by by signing his pardon application.
Justin Chung is a Korean immigrant at risk for deportation to Korea. He immigrated to the United States at the age of 2, tried as an adult age of 16, and incarcerated with a life sentence. Now, God has set Justin free, but he is facing deportation. Use the link below to learn more about Justin and how to support.
This book is written by Dr. Linda Lee Smith Barkman and blends her 30 years of experience being incarcerated with her academic brilliance as a PhD scholar who studied at Fuller Theological Seminary. Must read for those involved with prison ministry.
This book is written by a husband and wife ministry team that met by God's providence while Patrick was serving his 30th year of incarceration. Despite what the world said, they discovered the power of praising God in a hopeless world!
Believing that those who have been convicted of crimes by the court
can be used by God to bless our community
and advocating for them accordingly
is Gospel Centered Justice.