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Talking about the urgent need for sweet-reason in public life, Al Quie has compelling and innovative solutions from his work with prison ministries. Plus, how politics has changed and how we might improve politics to better serve the people.
Prison Fellowship USA, founded by Chuck Colson, reaches out to prisoners, ex-prisoners, and their families both as an act of service to Jesus Christ and as a contribution to restoring peace to our cities and communities endangered by crime. The best way to transform our communities is to transform the people within those communities. Gov. Albert H. Quie's service related to Prison Fellowship Ministries includes: In, 1973, Chuck Colson attended a Christian fellowship group hosted by then - U.S. Rep. Al Quie 1983, former Gov. Quie joined the National Board of Prison Fellowship Ministries (founded by Colson in 1976) 1984, Quie was appointed Area Director for Prison Fellowship Ministries for Minnesota & the Dakotas 1987, Quie became Senior Vice President & then (interim) President of Prison Fellowship-USA (chaired by Colson) 2006, Quie resigned from Prison Fellowship board to focus his efforts on making changes in the retention of judges in Minnesota. Quie remains involved with the Prison Fellowship nationally.
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