Connecting on a personal level is an important part of sharing ideas.

Mentoring. The FCRM mentor team integrates and coordinates activities among (religious and secular) volunteers and organizations in creating a holistic program specific to the needs of the individual. Result: an in-place faith, family and physical support network upon release.

Purpose Driven Life. This small group study helps inmates answer the most basic questions in life: Why am I here? What is my purpose? Meaning and significance comes from understanding and fulfilling God's purposes for us.

One Man's Treasure clothes closet. Volunteers at the Clothes Closet provide presentable clothing to ex-offenders, allowing them to adopt positive self-images as they face a new world, attend worship, seek meaningful employment. One Man's Tresasure became independent in 2014.

The Life Awareness Program: Written in a dialogue format, selected participants read the part of a spiritually awakened Friend In Deed (FID) or a spiritual slumbering Friend In Need (FIN). The dynamics of the session begin when the individuals in the group react to the dialogue.