Crossing the Bridge: Building Enduring Multi-Ethnic Relationships

Understanding the precise meaning of a word is critical to building consensus. For our forum we have decide to use the word ethnicity rather than race. The New Testament uses the Greek word ethnos to describe a tribe, nation, or people group. In Matthew 21:43 Jesus says, “the kingdom of God will be taken away from you and given to an ethnos producing the fruit of it.”


It's on! Monday September 14th at the Hunt Valley Country Club.

Transitiong to Reentry

Turning on a dime to refocus unCUFFED on reentry work.

Parresia: God’s Gift in Tense Times

As "God's chosen solution," the church is meant to speak distinctly and frankly to one another and to our broader culture.

Snail Mail Ministry

"I would love for you to be open with me and comfortable. You can ask me any question, or if you're confused about something please feel free to ask." -Inmate at Patuxent

El Poder de un Amigo por Correspondencia

unCUFFED's Kim Turner has formed a partnership with Barbara Rowe from Christ for the City International Ministries ( to correspond with and disciple the Latino Boys at the Baltimore County Detention Center.

unCUFFED’s Response to the Murder of George Floyd

"Gracious God, in the midst of our grief and sorrow, help us to now silence any voice but your own as we listen to your word."

A New Path To Success

“You have a lot to prove when you come from prison, people might look at you like you’re a bad person. I use that as motivation to keep getting better,” said Sidney, a young man who was recently released after completing a 3 year sentence in the Department of Corrections.

Racial Reconciliation: What Can Christians Do?

"The church still needs to grow in understanding, to learn to look at what's inside, not outside." -James McCray

Pandemic Check-Ins: Creative Program Alternatives at HCDC

With the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic, it seems as if life has come to a complete halt, but in the midst of increased regulations and ever changing policies, Kaitlyn Borig, Program Director at Harford County Detention Center (HCDC) has found creative ways to engage inmates in meaningful programs