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Prior to his turn to spirituality, Grant was convicted of fraud, a common white-collar crime.
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Rachael Littman – Amazing work that shines light onto a painful darkness found in isolation ! Addiction is an equal opportunity killer. No one is immune, it may just be the only thing we have an equal opportunity to experience; despite social status, race, or religion. Reading this article really does highlight the power of human kindness. The progressive prison project reminded me of how the connections we make provide amazing potentials for recovery and healing, despite how broken you may feel when people genuinely care and can accept us despite the dark isolated places we may be found. No matter how bad a place we may find ourselves today, with resilience and support bad situations can be turned around and can even lend us strength and spiritual (re)connection and possibilities that could not have been foreseen. Thank you for providing this amazing ministry.
Mary Setterholm –
Jeff Grant was a dear friend I could trust when I attended Union Theological Seminary for a year and then left for Harvard Divinity School. He and his wife were the first people I connected with – Check out his testimony – Blessings Jeff!
William Cardman For many of us it was only after we reached the bottom of the pit of despair that we realized God had designed a purpose for us.
We are grateful for all donations this past year to our Ministries. These donations enable us to grow, reach out and serve this community for which there is far too little understanding, compassion, empathy and accurate information. Progressive Prison Ministries, Inc. is a CT Religious Corp. with 501c3 status –
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