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Category : State & Federal Prison

Anger is a God-given emotion, not a behavior. It is neither good or bad, though it excites good or bad behavior depending on our inner spiritual condition.
In this study course, we will learn from Scripture about God’s holy anger. Then we’ll begin the difficult task of aligning our selfish anger and unrighteous behavior with God’s righteousness. This task requires each of us to honestly evaluate our anger tendencies, to remove internal conditions that induce angry feelings, and to learn techniques to manage our anger in a God-honoring way.
If you mismanage anger, this course will guide you into better self-control.

Managing Anger God’s Way

Be Angry and Do Not Sin                              (2 Units)    5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″ 128 $6.95


Curriculum:    __X__Prison        _____Jail IMPACT

The Pew Research Center’s Forum on Religion and Public Life has just released the results of a survey conducted between September and December 2011 of State 7 Federal prison chaplains.  As the executive summary of the report states, “From the perspective of the nation’s professional prison chaplains, America’s state penitentiaries are a bustle of religious activity. More than seven-in-ten (73%) state prison chaplains say that efforts by inmates to proselytize or convert other inmates are either very common (31%) or somewhat common (43%). About three-quarters of the chaplains say that a lot (26%) or some (51%) religious switching occurs among inmates in the prisons where they work. Many chaplains report growth from religious switching in the numbers of Muslims and Protestant Christians, in particular.”

Link to the report here ->  http://www.pewforum.org/Social-Welfare/prison-chaplains-exec.aspx

Get PDF here -> http://www.pewforum.org/uploadedFiles/Topics/Issues/Social_Welfare/Religion%20in%20Prisons.pdf