A convergence of cooperation is emerging around the issue of prisons. Political parties recognize that the recidivism rate is too high and that prison costs are breaking budgets. Churches and faith-based organizations are working together in dynamic ways inside and outside prisons, helping returning citizens productively re-enter society. Faith makes a difference.
Through the Door tells stories of what goodwill Christians are doing in Indiana, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia.
Major funding provided by Bob Barker Company Foundation, Inc.
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- Dan Ashby, prison ministry volunteer, Evansville, Indiana
- Jimmy Carter, former U.S. president and founder of The Carter Center, Atlanta, Georgia
- Travis Collins, senior pastor, Bon Air Baptist Church, Richmond, Virginia
- Everett Freels, founder, Churches Embracing Offenders, Evansville, Indiana
- Mike Freeman, prison ministry volunteer, Evansville, Indiana
- William Gupton, assistant commissioner of rehabilitative services, Tennessee Department of Correction, Nashville, Tennessee
- Bill Kleiber, executive director, Restorative Justice Ministries Network, Huntsville, Texas
- Rich Larsen, public information officer, Wabash Valley Correctional Facility, Carlisle, Indiana
- Linda Leathers, CEO, The Next Door, Nashville, Tennessee
- Teresa McBean, pastor, Northstar Community, Richmond, Virginia
- Anthony Metcalf, executive director, Churches Embracing Offenders, Evansville, Indiana
- Jacquie Mize, casework manager, Wabash Valley Correctional Facility, Carlisle, Indiana
- Jo Myers-Martin, physician, Goochland, Virginia
- J.L. Myers, retired employee of Virginia Correctional Center for Women, Goochland, Virginia
- Randy Myers, president, Chaplain Service Prison Ministry of Virginia, Inc., Richmond, Virginia
- Reba Myers, retired employee of Virginia Correctional Center for Women, Goochland, Virginia
- Vernon Pittman, retired Warden, Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Huntsville, Texas
- Emmett Solomon, founder, Restorative Justice Ministries Network, Huntsville, Texas
- Mitch Swallows, PLUS aide, Wabash Valley Correctional Facility, Carlisle, Indiana
- David Valentine, pastor, Covenant Fellowship, Huntsville, Texas
- short version (28 minutes)
- long version (53 minutes)
- chapter selections
- Religious Liberty
- Prison Gangs
- Returning Citizens
- Prison Number
- Roll Up One
- enhanced for 16x9 TVs
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