Theo Shaw is now officially a lawyer

  •  May 15, 2019

https://expo.nola.com/opinion/g66l-2019/04/e23079aac37462/from-jena-6-defendant-to-a-promising-career-theo-shaw-is-officially-a-lawyer.html Read more »

Video Visitation expands in Virginia

  •  September 4, 2018

You can read more about the Skype-like service at this link here. https://www.richmond.com/news/local/crime/skype-like-service-will-provide-a-new-way-for-virginia/article_68b6489b-5bca-5d12-b6ed-e0ba98de18d0.html Read more »

President Randy Myers meets with Legislative Leaders

  •  January 16, 2018

GraceInside President Rev. J. Randy Myers (center) with Virginia Department of Corrections Director Harold Clarke (left) and Virginia’s Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security Brian Moran (right) The three … Read more »

Holy Moments

  •  August 28, 2017

I stepped back inside the familiar prison gates to spend a day in the halls where I once served as “Chap-Lynn.” I’ve been gone for the better part of 9 … Read more »

Welcome Jacquie Alleva! Development Assistant Extraordinaire!

  •  August 21, 2017

GraceInside would like to welcome our newest hire, Mrs. Jacquie Alleva, who will be assisting our Development Director, Lynn Litchfield. Jacquie comes to us with quite the professional background in … Read more »

GraceInside Announces Chaplaincy Changes at Fluvanna Correctional Center for Women

  •  January 30, 2017

As God calls Chaplain Vera Rhyne to retirement, mid-February, a new chaplain will take the helm at Fluvanna Correctional Center for Women.  Chaplain Lorrie Wajciechowski will begin her service in … Read more »

A Love Story – An Innocent Man and a Leap of Faith – David and Linda Boyce

  •  June 9, 2016

From our Impact Update: David Boyce served 23 years in Virginia’s prisons for a crime 42 pieces of DNA evidence proved he didn’t commit. Released in 2013, he shares a … Read more »

Testimonial: “Life changing” seems like an exaggeration…”

  •  April 27, 2016

“Life changing” seems like an exaggeration.  If I hadn’t had such a negative mindset before, it would be. It does not matter how my feelings came to be or how … Read more »

Whatever happens to kids whose parents are incarcerated?

  •  March 16, 2016

This!  This is the daughter of a now-released woman.  They have reconnected and are doing well. God can and does heal broken people and broken relationships! http://m.voanews.com/a/acts-random-kindness-troubled-youth-hopelessness-helping-others/3236436.html Incidentally, this young … Read more »


  •  January 28, 2016

Like the National Council of Churches, we see the need to pursue justice, love mercy and walk humbly. We value these changes and wonder if we will continue to follow … Read more »