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March 23rd 2017:A child speaks: My Mommy is in Prison, Who Will Read My Bedtime Story?

Andrea Shelton, president of Heart Bound Ministries, answers that question: "Your mommy will read to you." Hear Andrea share about the transformative healing programs that HeartBound brings into the GA correctional system to restore family bonds. This work is Inner Revolutionary because the inmates are not confined to the role of "prisoner" or "criminal". They get to be parents too. Haven't we all made mistakes? Don't we hope that others will forgive us and possibly see us in a different light? Join us as we feel our connection through the common human bond that transcends religion or politi

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Andrea Shelton

Andrea Shelton is President and founder of HeartBound Ministries, a non-profit prison ministry that seeks to support and equip Georgia prison chaplains and minister to inmates in Georgia’s state prisons, transitional centers and youth development centers. Andrea graduated from Oglethorpe University in Atlanta and after a brief marketing career at Lockheed Aeronautics, she obtained a law degree from the University of Tennessee. Following law school, she served as a Special Assistant Administrative Law Judge with the Office of State Administrative Hearings. In recognition of its contributions to the Georgia prison system, HeartBound Ministries has been named a “Faith-Based Contributor of
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