Four Project TURN students have since been released from prison, including a woman who was released on Easter Sunday.
“I’m getting ready for a new life, a resurrection,” she told her classmates. “And all of you are a part of it. You treated me like a person, like I was worth something. And now I plan to live like that’s the truth.”
She is currently working as a case manager for a non-profit that helps women re-enter the community after release from prison.
For information, contact Sarah Jobe  at (919) 768-7541.
The first “Spiritual Autobiography” course is offered at the Raleigh Correctional Center for Women.
Project TURN expands to offer classes at Durham Correctional Center, a minimum security men’s facility.
Courses during 2010
Paul’s Writings in Prison
Riffing on Scripture: The Bible in Art, Literature, and Culture
Spiritual Autobiography — two courses
7 Divinity School professors*
35 individual donors
6 local churches provide financial and prayer support
*Douglas Campbell, Paul Griffiths, Richard B. Hays, Richard Lischer, Anathea Portier-Young, Lauren Winner, and Norman Wirzba.