“Every day I pray for the people connected with the sheriff’s office and their families.”
Relationships take time, but they usually lead to something.
ALEXANDRIA, VA (BP) — Dorothy McDaniel knew all about Navy life. The hardships. The sacrifices. The loneliness. The pride a family has for their family member’s service. So the day in 1967 a shiny black car pulled into her Norfolk driveway and two uniformed officers emerged, she knew. “Red is down,” one of the officers said. […]
“It was pretty complex for me. I’d made the transition from warrior to chaplain before 9/11.”
“He could have sought after riches of fame, but he asked for the ability to lead, and that was wise.”
Stepping back into a prison environment with the mindset to do ministry made me feel right at home.