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January 31, 2007

Religion Anyone? Finding God in Unusual Places

It never fails that God would make Himself known in the most unusual places. This is nothing new. But it is unusual that you'd find an article on the topic. I came across this article on redemption in prison today.

The issue of faith-based rehabilitation programs has been the topic of much debate over the past months. As many know, the InnerChange Freedom Initiative is only 13 days away from its appeal hearing for the faith-based program it runs in Newton, Iowa, which was sued by the Americans United for Seperation of Church and State. Their case will come before the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals in St. Louis, MO.

Faith-based groups seem to be getting a lot of flack, lately... but when you look deep down you see that what unites them all is the results they produce. This article had something to say about it too.

So where is the line that will allow faith-based groups to provide the goods and services they long to offer, while not outraging the public who cry "FOUL!" everytime a faith-based group offers a helping hand?

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