Redemption of the Prosecutor

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Redemption

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bravenewfoundation on Jul 20, 2013

When prosecutor and devout Christian Preston Shipp began teaching in a Nashville prison, he never thought he’d be the one to get schooled. But the friendship he forges with one young prisoner puts his faith in the justice system—and in Jesus—to the ultimate test.

Go to RedemptionoftheProsecutor.org for more information! And please feel free to watch the film in HD.

This short documentary was made in partnership with the United Methodist Church, General Board of Church and Society; and the United Church of Christ, Justice and Witness Ministries.

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see

The Shame of America’s Gulag by Chris Hedges

Message of the Day: A New Way of Love

Progressives Who Become More Progressive After Their Conversion to Christ by Rocket Kirchner

Profiting From Human Misery by Chris Hedges

Prison labor booms in US as low-cost inmates bring billions

Why Mass Incarceration Defines Us As a Society by Chris Hedges

Obama and Romney: Start Debating the Prison-Industrial Complex by Ralph Nader + Professional Prisoners in Russia

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