Daniel Van Ness, founder of the Centre for Justice & Reconciliation and leader of Sycamore Tree Project, shares his reflections on his life of service in restorative justice ministry with Prison Fellowship International.
Prison was the last place Deo wanted to visit after the Rwandan Genocide. Now he’s helping to heal a nation after tragedy.
Elina is a Rwandan Genocide survivor, who decided to forgive those who killed her family, and minister to them with Christ’s forgiveness.
Edison identified with Jesus, and found forgiveness.
Meeting with victims demonstrated a compassion that helped Sam release his anger and take responsibility for his actions.
Ross shares the story of his son’s murder with prisoners in a personal effort to stop crime.
Karen found the strength to forgive the man who took her daughter’s life.
After 15 years in prison, Jeremy found the strength and courage to be a better man.
Elizabeth finds closure from trauma cause by crime.
Elaine was told to keep her abuse secret all her life. The Sycamore Tree Project gave her a safe place to share her difficult story and find the peace and freedom to forgive her abuser.