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We are pleased to welcome a new staff member to our office! Heather Peters is our new Restorative Justice Coordinator.
1. Restorative Justice offers a new way of seeing the harm that has been done by supporting the victim and providing accountability to the offender.
2. Rather than focusing on blame and punishment, this approach embraces a biblical understanding of justice in which both vicim and offender become involved and empowered as they move towards healing and transformation.
3. The role of community, particularly the church (Matt. 18), is key to the restoration of right relationships.
4. This Christian response is rooted in an understanding of Christ's life, death and resurrection, mandating the church to become a reconciling agent in a broken and hurting world (2 Cor. 5).
For more information contact Heather Peters.