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Prisonist.org: The Jeff Grant Story: A Worldly Fall, A Spiritual Ascent  This article appears in the January 7, 2016 issue of the Greenwich Sentinel. We hope it offers faith and dignity to individuals and families with white-collar and nonviolent incarceration issues. The darkest days of a person's life can be a time of renewal and hope.

Jeff Grant and Lynn Springer run a Greenwich, Connecticut-based ministry that helps white-collar criminals.

Video: Greenwich Leadership Forum. We were interviewed by David Miller, Director of the Princeton University Faith & Work Initiative, before a gathering of 200+ leaders dedicated to ethical business practices. Click image to view highlight video. (8:07)

We were interviewed by David Miller, Director of the Princeton University Faith & Work Initiative, before a gathering of leaders dedicated to ethical business practices. Click image to view highlight video.

Prisonist.org: Soccer, Brazil & Mass Incarceration, by John Ruane, Filmmaker, 11-time Emmy Winner & Guest Blogger

Prisonist.org: Soccer, Brazil & Mass Incarceration, by John Ruane, Filmmaker, 11-time Emmy Winner & Guest Blogger

Prisonist.org: After Trauma: The Time For Spiritual Growth, By Jeff Grant, JD, M Div

The time after trauma can be the most meaningful of your life.

Prisonist.org: Faith and Dignity on CorrLinks: Federal Prison Email  CorrLinks is a way for family and friends to communicate with their loved ones incarcerated in prison.  We received our ministee's permission to post (anonymously)  this series of powerful CorrLinks emails that we thought would be  particularly helpful to our audience at prisonist.org.

CorrLinks is a way for family and friends to communicate with their loved ones incarcerated in prison.

When their loved ones die of a drug overdose, a growing number of families aren't staying silent about it. They're using obituaries as a way to warn people about the tragic realities of addiction.

Death From Drug Addiction: Families Speak Out In Obituaries In Hopes Of Saving Others

When their loved ones die of a drug overdose, a growing number of families aren't staying silent about it. They're using obituaries as a way to warn people about the tragic realities of addiction.

Prisonist.org: MIchigan State University & NBA great starts new life after prison in Battle Creek - Battle Creek Enquirer

MSU basketball great Vincent will work at Juicy Burger while he is living in halfway house in Battle Creek

Prisonist.org: Sanders' pledge illustrates how plans to curtail mass incarceration fall short - LA Times  After years of plunging crime rates, hugely expensive incarceration budgets and troubling racial disparities in criminal punishment, it has become fashionable on the presidential campaign trail to declare the United States' uncommonly high rate of imprisonment unacceptable.  Just don’t press candidates to explain how to significantly change it.

Sanders' pledge illustrates how plans to curtail mass incarceration fall short

Prisonist.org: Sanders' pledge illustrates how plans to curtail mass incarceration fall short - LA Times After years of plunging crime rates, hugely expensive incarceration budgets and troubling racial disparities in criminal punishment, it has become fashionable on the presidential campaign trail to declare the United States' uncommonly high rate of imprisonment unacceptable. Just don’t press candidates to explain how to significantly change it.

Prisonist.org: Authentic, A Sermon by Rev. Jeff Grant

Authentic, A Sermon by Rev.

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