Who We Are
The Restorative Justice Ministries Network of North America (RJMN/NA) is a Christ-centered, interdenominational, criminal justice ministry established in 1994. We publish the R.J.News, a national quarterly newspaper. Emmett Solomon, Founder/Director served twenty years as a Correctional Chaplain and ten years as the Director of Chaplains for the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.
The purpose of the Restorative Justice Ministry Network is to inform and educate the church, government, media, businesses and the public at large regarding the need to minister Christ into the many criminal justice venues.
Types Of Activity
Inform through the websites, through other electronic means, and quarterly newspaper - "Restorative Justice News", "The Voice of Restorative Justice for North America".
We encourage and equip churches, individuals, organizations and ministries throughout North America to develop their own RJMN.
Our magazine (newsletter)The Restorative Justice News, Voice of Restorative Justice for North America is a quarterly newspaper with a mailing list of 65,000 households, churches, jails and prisons in North America. There are two types of subscription 1) newspaper is $15 per year 2) newspaper with subcribers ministry listed in the Ministry Directory is $30 per year. The e-newsletter is free.
Books we have published"Restorative Justice Ministry Handbook for Pastors and Church Leaders", $12.00 by Emmett Solomon.
About Our Prison Ministry
To inform and educate by providing restorative justice books, materials and resource personnel to churches; to help them establish their own Restorative Justice Ministry. Equip and encourage individuals for the work of restoration.
Prayer support, encourage and assist others to become involved in restorative justice ministry with offenders, victims, criminal justice professionals and their families.