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Oct
14
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by Rev. Chris Flohr, Pastor, St. Paul Lutheran Church, Missoula, Montana  On Sunday October 9th one of the Prison Congregations of America (PCA) congregations in Montana – Freedom in Christ,  at the …
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Oct
04
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  By Mary Mortenson, Director, Prison Congregations of America If you go south of Sioux Falls, South Dakota on I-29, you’ll drive by an elevator that is on the west side of the road. For several wee…
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Sep
25
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by Sarah Estes, PCA Board Member My five-year-old son has hundreds of cars. He has Matchbox cars, Hot Wheels, cheap plastic cars from the quarter machines outside of grocery stores, cars that go “v…
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Sep
18
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Rev. Scott Jamieson, Church Of Another Chance, inside the Men's jail in Nashville, TN In our competitive world, where being the best is a symbol of worthiness, and being less than that can feel like …
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Sep
11
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by Rev. Wayne Gallipo, PCA Board Member “4 Then the king will say to those at his right hand, ‘Come, you that are blessed by my Father, inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the…
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Sep
04
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By Mary Mortenson, Director of Prison Congregations of America   My mantra lately has been that the PCA Model of Prison Ministry is changing the face of the church - and the world.  I usually don’t …
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Aug
27
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by Rev. Terry Schjang, New Beginnings Worshipping Community, Denver Women’s Correctional Facility, Denver, Colorado  As I stood on the west steps of the capital building in Denver Tuesday morning, I …
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Aug
21
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By Julie Thomas, PCA Administrative Assistant On a recent visit to the congregation of St. Dysmas in the South Dakota State Penitentiary, I found myself sitting next to a man who was incarcerated the…
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Aug
14
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By Rev. Kwen Sanderson, St. Dysmas behind the walls of Mike Durfee Men's Prison in Springfield, SD. One time I asked Ed, how did PCA get started. Basically, he had attended a gathering at a prison. (…
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Aug
06
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by Rev. Steve Peterson, PCA Board President As many of you reading this know, Ed Nesselhuf, founder of PCA, was an accomplished cowboy poet. One day a number of years ago Ed pulled up to my house to …
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