SUBTITLE: Rights, responsibilities, relationships and respect – Helping young people to develop basic Christian life skills
SUMMARY: This book encourages Christian inmates to develop social skills that will help them to reintegrate into society when they are released. They focus on four important factors for becoming socially acceptable: rights, responsibilities, relationships and respect. These skills and values are strengthened by studying the Bible and discussing the message with other believers. The lessons are thought-provoking and challenge inmates to change their ways where necessary. Guidance is given, however, ultimately the choices and decisions inmates make are entirely up to them.
Course test included
Lesson 1: Basic principles for the treatment of prisoners
Lesson 2: Positive look at myself
Lesson 3: Who is my neighbour?
Lesson 4: The fruit of a broken relationship
Lesson 5: The love of money
Lesson 6: Don’t make your own idols
Lesson 7: Broken trust
Lesson 8: The whole world in his hands
Lesson 9: Christians who lie and pretend
Lesson 10: Tricks of Satan
Lesson 11: Grace to start over
Lesson 12: Friendship is precious
Lesson 13: Challenging people who defy God
Lesson 14: Is it good to steal for a good purpose?
Lesson 15: Wrong decisions
Lesson 16: Disaster because of being rebellious
Lesson 17: The care of a loving stepfather
Lesson 18: Healthy and unhealthy kinds of jealousy
Lesson 19: Dishonesty and disappointment
Lesson 20: Misunderstanding can ruin friendship
Lesson 21: Hell sings a painful song
Lesson 22: Has God forsaken me?
Final group project
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Val Hamann lives in Cape Town, South Africa. While volunteering for Andrew Murray Prison Ministry and Kairos Prison Ministry International, she took initiative to identify various programs that prisons urgently need, yet do not have. Through this book Val wishes to leave a legacy, touching the lives of many people that she may never even meet.