Prison Aftercare Network of WI (PAN)
The Salvation Army
Invite you to meet
Mr. Grove Norwood, Founder
“THE HEART OF TEXAS FOUNDATION”
Please join us for a discussion about the transformation of prison
ministries and the impact it has on changed lives behind the walls.
Mr. Norwood will discuss how Christ has been glorified through the Heart
of Texas Foundation and how the landscape of prison ministry is
In 2010, The Heart of Texas Foundation launched a project that culminated
with the August, 2011 Convocation at Darrington Seminary, inside the
Darrington Penitentiary, in Rosharon, Texas.
For more background on Grove Norwood, please review these links:
Date: Monday, June 18, 2012 6:00 pm
Location: Salvation Army Headquarters
11315 W. Watertown Plank Rd.
Wauwatosa, WI 53226
Please RSVP by June 15, 2012
Call: Gail (414)302-4300 ext 2237
E-mail: [email protected]
Seventy to eighty percent of children with incarcerated parents are likely
to go to prison. Grove Norwood’s message will speak to how to turn that
around. The ultimate action of all the bad decisions is the impact it has
Grove Norwood is the founder and Chairman of the Heart of Texas
Foundation, Inc., an organization whose focus is bringing a
message of hope, forgiveness, and reconciliation to inmates in the prisons
of Texas and the United States.
The Heart of Texas Foundation was born out of a tragedy in a small Texas
town just west of Houston. An award-winning documentary titled, “The Heart
of Texas,” now shares this incredible but true story with the world.
As a result of the prisoners’ viewing experience of the movie, the State
of Texas undertook to have the movie shown in all of the more than 100
Then, in an historic move, the Foundation took the lead in helping to
establish a 4-year, fully accredited Seminary in a
maximum-security-prison, the first Seminary of its kind in Texas.
In the fall of 2011 Darrington Seminary began its first class of freshman
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