Robert Hyde, immediate past pastor of Grace Baptist Church in the Louisiana State Penitentiary, was granted parole in March 2022. Since then, he has begun
Everything “dark” a man could do, Robert Hyde had done. For Paul Will, life had become “permanently empty.” The downward spiral into violent crime that
Jail ministry volunteers from Dale Baptist Association in Alabama conducted a baptism service July 21 for 44 Dale County inmates who made salvation decisions through
The Arkansas Baptist State Convention Missions Team recently hosted Arkansas Department of Corrections chaplains at Camp Paron for a three-day retreat Several topics were discussed
Applause from family, friends, and faculty echoed throughout the Nash Correctional Institution gymnasium as the first graduates of The College at Southeastern’s North Carolina Field
Alabama has an incarceration crisis. In 2018, 946 out of every 100,000 residents were incarcerated, placing the state in the top five within the United
Rashional Thoughts: What if it were your brother, mother, child or even you needing a second chance?
Is it really possible for people with a past to have a productive, positive future? Are we willing to give others a second chance when