Fighting crime by helping criminals and their families. Read five true stories of criminals who are Heart and Soul Survivors. The best way to fight crime is to improve the community. The quality of a community is seen in how it treats its marginalized people. Statistics show that the percentage of marginalized adults in custody is considerably higher than the percentage of their representation in the overall population. Marginalized people include the poor, the mentally ill, the learning disabled, and drug addicts. Warehousing these people is a community's shame. This book is urging a ministry involving volunteers working with criminals and their families. It will provide you with the tools necessary to help some people and thereby reduce crime. Chaplain Elsey writes from his experience and the knowledge gained working with hundreds of these families. Review This book provides the reader with an insightful look into the lives and challenges of criminals, the impact on both themselves and society, and the need for change within our current judicial system. Written from a theological perspective, Dr. Elsey offers the reader a proactive approach in ways to support either themselves, or others, in achieving change and improving outcomes. From heartfelt and moving true life stories, to individual support plans and an inventory for change, Dr. Elsey shares astute observations and insights, encouraging us all to find our own heart and soul Truly engaging and thought provoking and a must read for those interested in understanding and impacting the human condition. By P. Tanner B.Ed. This book as well as Dr Elsey's first book, Angels from Hell, may be purchased from his website -criminalsfamilies.com
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