But even so, that's me worshipping with my fellow TUMI students! It was a trip, having a local television news crew there in the prison chapel with us. They took a lot more footage than they used, and they heard a lot more truth than they passed along, but I guess that's the "business" of television journalism for you. Still, it was cool to see myself and other Christians I fellowship with on TV. And they did include a link to PrisonFellowship.org at the bottom of the web copy for the story. (TUMI classes are run through Prison Fellowship's network of prison ministries.)
And the news crew got the kernel of their story right: those of us who are eventually released from prison will be equipped and prepared to be "repairers" of the broken things in our society, and "restorers" of the urban communities that suffered from our crimes.