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El Poder de un Amigo por Correspondencia

This in a except from Barbara Rowe's most recent newsletter. It was a chilly day in January when I first entered the Baltimore County Detention Center with Kim Turner, Area ...

The Church for Social, Societal & Systemic Change

As Christians, we must remember that God not only hates sin in individuals, but also the sin that invades our governments, organizations, and other institutions and structures. In Isaiah 10, ...

Condemnation of Sin

We know assuredly that God hates sin. In 1 Corinthians 15:34 Paul tells us to “Become sober-minded as you ought, and stop sinning.” These words are very true but if ...

Be Reconciled

Be Reconciled - 2 Cor 5:11-21 tells us that we are Ambassadors of Christ. Being the ambassador of a sovereign state must be very difficult; you are not meant to ...

Walk Humbly

In the world, humility is often mistaken for weakness or low self-esteem. Just sit in a room with a group of teenage boys and listen to their initial reactions when ...

Love Mercy

At unCUFFED we strive to act justly, accepting the justice and consequences our kids face in court proceedings. Still, we love mercy so much more. The judicial system has the ...

unCUFFED’s Response to the Murder of George Floyd

During my 30 plus years as a pastor in different congregations, certain tragic events took place that required an immediate shift in focus as to what I planned to preach ...

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,” ...

Racial Reconciliation: What Can Christians Do?

As unCUFFED prayerfully develops devotionals on Biblical Social Justice, God has led us to confront some of the most difficult issues facing the church today, including racism and the ongoing ...

Act Justly

Just is defined as ‘behaving according to what is morally right and fair’ but as Christians we must search the Scriptures and not a dictionary to define our requirement to ...

For Parents

 

Where permitted, unCUFFED desires to support parents and families of incarcerated juveniles. We can provide updates on their children’s status in jail. We form prayer groups and church visits with the parents and help to ease their worries and concerns.

Are you a parent of an incarcerated child?

Are you looking for answers, support or prayer?

Reach out to us to see how we can help!

 

For Lawyers

Because a part of unCUFFED’s mission is to get to know youth who are charged as adults, we can share our experiences with a youth’s behavior and character we’ve witnessed as we’ve worked with them. Rules vary from institution to institution, but when permitted we work with Public Defenders and private lawyers. If unCUFFED staff or volunteers have worked closely with a youth during their time in the facility, we are willing to write a letter for their transfer hearing or sentencing hearing or to testify on their behalf.

For Lawyers

Because a part of unCUFFED’s mission is to get to know youth who are charged as adults, we can share our experiences with a youth’s behavior and character we’ve witnessed as we’ve worked with them. Rules vary from institution to institution, but when permitted we work with Public Defenders and private lawyers. If unCUFFED staff or volunteers have worked closely with a youth during their time in the facility, we are willing to write a letter for their transfer hearing or sentencing hearing or to testify on their behalf.

Please contact us via phone (410.657.2538) or email us at contact@uncuffedministries.org.