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Welcoming the Prisoner into Your Small Group

Prison Fellowship's new curriculum invites Christians to learn how their faith intersects with America's criminal justice system. Small group topics range from the previous Sunday’s sermon to the latest Christian spiritual help book, from marriage to addiction to the Bible’s diet guidance. Add to the list: mass incarceration. Prison Fellowship, the nonprofit prisoner advocacy group, has created Outrageous Justice, a small-group study guide intended to transform more evangelicals into political evangelists for criminal justice reform.
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