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Prison bars seen and unseen

Anyone who has worked in a prison ministry has dealt with plenty of men and women incarcerated while living behind steel bars. Laws have been broken and you have been found guilty. There is no freedom. Prisoners are told when to wake up, when to eat, when to bathe, when to go to sleep, and, on good days, when to exercise. We work in prison ministry on a daily basis, so I thought a lot about living behind bars this past week. It reminded me of a time when I felt like I was in prison with unseen bars.


Bowie County Citizens Tribune

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