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From the Blog
2 May 2013
He and other Christians see biblical roots in a philosophy that expands on the concept of restorative justice, a system of victim-offender restitution and reconciliation that has been embraced by many faith traditions. » Read More
30 April 2013
When prosecutor and devout Christian Preston Shipp began teaching in a Nashville prison, he never thought he’d be the one to get schooled. But the friendship he forges with one young prisoner puts his faith in the justice system—and in Jesus—to the ultimate test. » Read More
30 April 2013
Rather than getting stuck in old, destructive patterns of anger or selfishness or shame or greed or self-absorption or jealousy or envy or destructive use of power or cut-off, we can find creative ways of responding or changing our choice of habits/reactions and resistance, especially the habits of our thoughts. » Read More
24 April 2013
"It's stunningly simple, actually. When you've done something that upsets someone — no matter who's right — always start the conversation by acknowledging how your actions impacted the other person. Save the discussion about your intentions for later. Much later. Maybe never. Because, in the end, your intentions don't matter much." » Read More