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Catherine Rohr: Setting the Prisoners Free

Many of us pledge to surrender ourselves entirely to Christ, but what does that really mean?

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For Catherine Rohr, founder and CEO of Prison Entrepreneurship Program, surrenduring to Christ meant leaving a lucrative career in Manhattan to begin a prison ministry in Texas. Now she says, "Prison is my favorite place in the whole world." Are we willing to surrender and obey God even if that requires getting messy and uncomfortable?

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