What We Believe...
We believe in a Creator, and that we were created in the image and likeness of our Creator.
We believe that the suffering that exists in the world is the result of a spiritual problem; and that the image of our Creator has been marred by, what the Bible identifies as, sin.
We believe that our Creator has provided a solution to our spiritual disease through a restored relationship, which gives meaning, purpose and fulfillment to our lives.
We believe that Scripture provides us with a “handbook” for life and that living according to its precepts and principles will lead us to experience life as our Creator intended.
We believe that integration to the community requires a partnership between the formerly incarcerated and individuals and organizations (public and private) that share the common goal of restoration and reconciliation. We believe that this process is best achieved in the context of personal relationships that foster personal responsibility and accountability.
 Genesis 1:27
 Romans 3:23