Effective Compassion: Hard evidence - S3.E10
If we’re going to say prison ministry works, we need to know it works on a wide scale, not just for a lucky few. In other words … we need hard evidence. Leigh Jones talks to sociologist Byron Johnson about how decades of research shows that prison ministry really can facilitate true rehabilitation. And Anna Johansen Brown and Jenny Rough meet two men who are living proof of that life-changing transformation.
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