It’s life, Jim, but not as we know it

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I recently visited ‘M’, a serving prisoner, who has applied to join Walk when he is released early next year. He looks like a strong candidate.

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A digression.

We’ll leave M. sitting in an interview room in the prison Resettlement Department for a little while. Please bear with me.

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Writer. Christian. Worship Leader. Working with released prisoners.

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Stephen Dailly

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Writer. Christian. Worship Leader. Working with released prisoners.

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