R 15 Restoring Broken Walls: A Prison Ministry Exposition of Isaiah 61

God is doing some extraordinary things in Britain's prisons. Within prison walls inmates are experiencing a liberation of another kind; broken lives are being rebuilt.

Using testimony from prisoners themselves, Philip Ireson explores the significance of this, and how we, as individuals and local churches, can be involved. His comments are shaped by reflection on Isaiah 61, the passage Jesus quoted as setting the agenda for his own ministry of liberation.
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Author: Revd Philip Ireson

Philip is the Senior Chaplain at HMP and YOI Doncaster, a Category 'B' remand prison holding 1100 prisoners in the centre of Doncaster. Formerly he was a Vicar in the Diocese of Sheffield for 13 years.

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