The following is TBN's Lifestyle Magazine's interview with Lisa Rea, president & founder of RJI, and crime victim/survivor Russ Turner who heads The Candlelight Foundation. Also interviewed for this broadcast is Miroslav Volf of Yale University Divinity School. The broadcast was taped in Los
This is a pretty controversial topic: forgiveness and restorative justice. Do all crime victims who support restorative justice therefore forgive? Does one come then the other? I don't think so. I know many victims of violent crime who have forgiven.
Wyoming state trooper Stephen Watt tells his story to Lisa Rea of Restorative Justice International. Watt was shot five times while on duty. He lived to tell the story. He also chose to meet the offender who shot him--on his own. There
Take a listen. Hear victim of violent crime and survivor Cheryl Ward Kaiser. She talks about why she supports restorative justice and how she chose to be in contact with the offenders who killed her husband and raped her daughter. We are committed to
Don't think restorative justice belongs in prison? Think again. Some of the best in-prison restoraive justice programs are operating today whether you know it or not. Two great examples: the Sycamore Tree Project, a model restorative justice program created by