Easter

Prison, with a sentence of any length, is a death. It is one of those experiences that changes you forever. Even if your sentence is short, whatever comes next will be touched by your time in prison. This death is more profound when you have a longer sentence, as I do. Coming to prison meant that my old life, and the plans and dreams I had, all died. Acknowledging that was a long and painful grieving process. It felt like the end of my world, and in a way it was.

Lectionary: Proper 13C / Ordinary 18C / Pentecost +11

Proper 13C / Ordinary 18C / Pentecost +11 What is the point of prison? by Matthew B. Harper Hosea 11:1-11 or Ecclesiastes 1:2, 12-14; 2:18-23 Psalm 107:1-9, 43 Colossians 3:1-11 Luke 12:13-21 With over two million men and women incarcerated in…

New Testament

Prison Lectionary launched in November 2015 and we are slowly building an archive of biblical interpretation in prison. We do not yet offer materials on every book of the New Testament but as more work is published it will become…