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Nebraska Correctional Center for Women in York celebrate nation’s first Fellowship Academy graduation | Rural Radio Network

Nebraska Correctional Center for Women in York celebrate nation’s first Fellowship Academy graduation

Nebraska Correctional Center for Women in York celebrate nation’s first Fellowship Academy graduation
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YORK, Neb. – Twelve incarcerated women at the Nebraska Correctional Center for Women in York made history on Tuesday, as they became the first women in the nation to graduate from the Prison Fellowship Academy.

Academy Services Coordinator, Danielle Arnold, said these ladies are changing the prison culture…

Prison Fellowship uses Christian teachings to inspire hope in incarcerated individuals.

Graduate Ramona Stubben, was skeptical about the program when it started a year ago…

 

Fellow inmate and graduate Sarah Cullen, says it was a life changing program…

 

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Approximately 26,000 incarcerated individuals participate in Prison Fellowship classes throughout the country each month.

 

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