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Join the Journey of Hope…from Violence to Healing in Indiana October 4-20, 2013 Monday, April 29, 2013

Join the Journey of Hope…from Violence to Healing in Indiana October 4-20, 2013 as we celebrate our 20 year reunion with the World Day Against the Death Penalty Tour!!! October 10th is World Day Against the Death Penalty. The...[more]


New board members elected Thursday, December 20, 2012

The Journey of Hope...from Violence to Healing is proud to announce the election of two new board members Dale Kelley and Anne Feczko. These are two wonderful additions that makes our board complete and ready to move forward....[more]


Back Home Again In Indiana Monday, November 19, 2012

“Back Home Again In Indiana” By Ballard MacDonald and James F. Hanley, 1917 Verse One I have always been a wand’rer Over land and sea Yet a moonbeam on the water Casts a spell o’er me A vision fair I see Again I seem to be ...[more]


Journey of Hope adds two new board members Tuesday, September 04, 2012

SueZann Bosler, Journey of Hope...from Violence to Healing cofounder has rejoined the Journey boards of directors after a 5 year break while she pursued her college education. Joining SueZann on the Journey board is Reece Robert....[more]


Alabama reflections by Bill Pelke Tuesday, September 04, 2012

Chapter 2 and Chapter 3 are now online for your enjoyment. The remaining chapters 4-6 are coming in the next few days. Stay tuned![more]


Reflections by Bill Pelke Tuesday, September 04, 2012

The speaking tour of 2012 through Alabama took almost 4 weeks and brought Bill Pelke to many destinations to talk about his journey. Bill wrote 6 chapters about his time. As for today Chapter 1 is available for you to read. Come...[more]


Chantilly native Justin Wolfe’s death sentence overturned Friday, August 24, 2012

Wolfe was on Death Row for more than a decade The 2002 capital murder sentencing of Chantilly native Justin Wolfe — who has been sitting on Death Row for more than a decade — has been overturned, once again, by a federal court.[more]