Re-entry mission keeps felons on course

Re-entry mission keeps felons on course

There are 44 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Mar 14, 2007, titled Re-entry mission keeps felons on course. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

For years, 29-year-old Jimmy Brown made his living selling drugs. In the future, he hopes to rebuild his life by building homes.

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George-Can i live

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#43 Aug 9, 2010
Concerned Citizen wrote:
This is EXCELLENT; absolutely astounding! My only prayer is that restructuring for the prisons are considered as well. As opposed to "Adult Day Care Centers" where there is minimal rehabilatation (the prisons), my prayer is that more preparation is given to the inmates in prison (non re-entry facilities) even before given an opportunity to go into re-entry. More classes should be made availabe in prison (life skills, job trades, counsellors (who are really concerned), etc) and not just made available to those with a shorter sentence; that's bias. You never know what God is going to do so prepare all of the men, womenm and children who are incarcerated; offer true rehabilitation BEGINNING in the prison, after all, that's what prison is supposed to do.
Hello,how are you? I hope God,continue to bless,multiply,and expand you.Im apt. searching,me and my fiancee,we're expecting a baby,very soon.Virtually everywhere we,or i apply for housing,in a decent to nice,safe,apt. community,i get denied,both of us,because of a felony,on my record,i caught at the age of 19,almost 20 years ago.May the Lord,and society,have mercy on me....? Do you,have any information that may lead us to a nice apt. community,that will accept (me),"Us"? If you have job leads or connects,that is equally great as well.I sincerely thank you for your time and benevolence.If thers no information you can provide for me,i thank you,tremendously.For me & with me,its love & a caring heart,that matters most of all.Thank you again,and please respond to me via email ( [email protected] ).Bless you.
1 800 carmel coach

Knox, IN

#44 Aug 10, 2010
question wrote:
does this program allow "sex-offenders" to participate??? Does anyone know?
No it does not. But for sex offenders we have our fast track to getting your teachers license.
If you fail for that program we have the "How to be a volunteer coach program". We teach you everything from how to be a swim coach to a basketball coach, and because you are a sex offender we teach you how to turn your head and see nothing that way you don't get accused of any porns laws.
Our Carmel school of coaching will show you how to be the best that there is on not seeing a thing.
But wait theres more! With our advanced training we'll show you how to deny sexual assaults, hazing or gooching at no additional cost and for a meager campaign donation to the local DA or judge come election time.
But wait theres more! for a weekly donation out of your check, we'll even allow you to get union representation.
but you got to act now.
The first 50 callers get a Carmel greyhoudn basketball jersey.
1 900 carmel coach

Concord, NH

#45 Aug 11, 2010
Amen 1-800 carmel coach, Amen.
nellie

Fort Wayne, IN

#46 Apr 13, 2013
Who will wrote:
I feel unsafe because felons get too rights and too many chances to OFFEND AGAIN AND AGAIN!! Ww should have the strike 3 rules here in this state. I have not broken the law nor ever tempted to break the law so try another cheap shot to get your point across. No pity for felons - FREE WILL CHOICE!! Now if you are mentally ill then that of course is a different story...but then again that excuse has already been warn out.
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Are you a christian? If so, was it not Jesus who said,"If a man has a hundred sheep and one of them gets lost, what will he do? Won't he leave the ninety-nine others in the wilderness and go to search for the one that is lost until he finds it?"
Why be so judge mental? Most offenders are those who are illiterate, mentally ill, impoverished, drug addicted and spiritually lost? They need to be re-educated on the skills they were never taught or lost along the way. These people are the they people Jesus cherished most, because he knew their struggles and he knew that they needed forgiveness.

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