“The fellowship that took place on such a deep, deep level was so refreshing and renewing.” These sentiments were shared over and over again by the nearly 400 people from 36 states and four countries.
”I learned a tremendous amount of information that can be applied immediately to my ministry.” More than 40 workshops were featured on a variety of issues, including ministry to children of prisoners, effective case management, evidence-based reentry practices, responding to religious pluralism in correctional ministry, and victim/offender reconciliation.
“The Summit far exceeded my expectations!” The event was an encouragement for many for a number of reasons. The two primary reasons being (1) the chance to interact and engage with people from different ministry areas and (2) the opportunity to spend quality time one-on-one with new friends in similar fields of ministry.
Read first-hand interviews of how God created an “amazing sense of community” at the Summit: A Rare Opportunity & Endless Possibilities: The Inaugural Correctional Ministry Summit, from the Billy Graham Center at Wheaton College.
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