Breaking the Cycle

Incarceration, Restoration, and the Role of the Church

Stek Steck (Grace Place Properties) and Carson Smith (Watermark Community Development Corporation) challenge the Church to meet the basic critical needs that help returning citizens from re-offending and going back to prison.

Stek Steck, Carson Smith, Chuck AdairApr 9, 2021

In This Series (9)
A Case for Restoration
Mike King, Bruce KendrickApr 17, 2021
Why the Heck Are We Talking About Incarceration?
James Ackerman, Jeff WardApr 16, 2021
The Church Ladies with the Sparkling Eyes
Tammy Franklin, James AckermanApr 15, 2021
The Importance of Community and Restoration
Louis Harrell, Ty Choice, Chuck AdairApr 14, 2021
"Going to Prison Saved My Life"
Darryl Brooks, James AckermanApr 13, 2021
Reconciliation Between Victims and Offenders
Jim Buffington, Joel Lightfoot, Chuck AdairApr 11, 2021
What About Incarcerated Women?
Jennifer Brown, Ronnie Gilbreath, Callie NixonApr 10, 2021
Breaking the Cycle
Stek Steck, Carson Smith, Chuck AdairApr 9, 2021
Kate Trammell, Erika PaulApr 8, 2021

Cornbread Hustle works as a job connection agency for returning citizens. Learn how you can get involved.

Grace Place provides Gospel-centered housing and recovery ministry for returning citizens

Watermark’s Financial Catalyst program teaches biblical stewardship principles through relational discipleship, financial literacy, and empowerment.

Visit the Watermark Community Development Corporation to learn more about our initiatives, sign up for our newsletter, or give.

Learn more about Watermark’s Prison Impact Area.

About 'Incarceration, Restoration, and the Role of the Church'

In partnership with Prison Fellowship, we examine a biblical view of incarceration, the impact incarceration has on men, women, and their families while they are in prison, and the societal challenges they face after they have re-entered back into society. Find out more about Prison Fellowship at