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Restorative Justice News

TBM Hosting RJM Conference Has Been Postponed

Modern 'Feeding of the 5,000' benefits correctional officers

When Texas Baptist Men set out to cook meals for correctional officers at Huntsville-area prisons, feeding the 5,000 required considerably more than the biblical five loaves and two fishes—closer to 1,500 pounds of chicken and 10,000 tortillas.

Warden calls for churches to help break cycle of crime

The following article is an excerpt from 'Warden calls for churches to help break cycle of criminal activity,' published in the Baptist Standard on Sept. 16, 2014. 

Letter from Warden Morris at Ellis Unit

All of the employees at the O.B. Ellis Unit would like to express our sincere gratitude for the wonderful meal that you all provided for our employee appreciation luncheon.

Looking for Men to Disciple Inmates

Last year, Mark Hollis of Inmate Discipler Fellowship and I visited a prison seminary and asked a class of inmates: “How many in here have been through Experiencing God, Master Life or the Inmate Discipler Fellowship process?” Over half raise their hands.