Texas Private Program Graduates First Inmate Pastors!

Thirty-three Texas prisoners are graduating from a behind-bars seminary program this weekend -- part of an initiative producing what organizers say are the first "pastor inmates" in state history. Sen. John Whitmire, a Houston Democrat who heads the chamber's Criminal Justice Committee, said 185 prisoners are working to earn college degrees in biblical studies, including Saturday's graduates.

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  1. I wonder if people can tell the difference between the call to be a preacher versus the call to be a Christian?


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