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April 24, 2005

Vantage point: The people we reach

Aftercare is the key
Mark Earley served in the Virginia Senate for a decade and as the state’s attorney general for four years. Three months after losing the Virginia gubernatorial race in 2001, Earley became president and chief executive officer of Prison Fellowship. The Lansdowne, Va.-based ministry, founded by Charles Colson in 1976, is active in 108 countries. Earley, 50, recently spoke with Evangel News Editor John W. Kennedy.

From prison to pulpit
Eric Earhart spent three and a half years in prison for cocaine trafficking. Today he pastors a growing Assemblies of God church.
BY JOHN W. KENNEDY


Also in this issue

Changed lives
Letters from prison inmates and chaplains illustrate the transforming reach that Christian literature has behind bars.

Another chance
One man finds faith behind bars and later baptizes his probation officer.
BY GORDON JOHNSON


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