A Rocha is an international Christian organization working to care for the environment. The organization has projects in many countries around the world. The organization’s U.S. office is in Fredericksburg, Texas.
The Baptist General Convention of Texas and the University of Texas at San Antonio Office of Community and Restorative Justice have discussed developing a consortium of restorative justice leaders for discussion and research.
Bridges to Life is a faith-based restorative justice program based in Houston. It was started by John Sage after his sister was murdered. It works in 21 Texas prisons and one in Louisiana.
The Center on Race, Religion and Urban Life at Rice University in Houston, Tex. conducts research and supports education on race, religion and society.
Prison Fellowship’s InnerChange Freedom Initiative is a Christian religious program meant to help prisoners make the transition back to freedom. InnerChange starts working with them behind bars and organizes support and volunteers from local churches to help them upon their release.
James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy, based at Rice University in Houston, Texas, is one of the premier nonpartisan public policy think tanks in the country. Edward P. Djerejian is the founding director.
Leadership Network in Dallas fosters church innovation by working with leaders in a variety of denominations. It has support groups for pastors in different stages of their careers, and its website includes resources related to burnout.
Hisholyspace.com is a general Christian social networking site. It was created by founder Jeff Broderick to provide Christians with a clean, accepting, and safe online community. Users can upload and browse videos, shop, find and connect with other users, and be connected to other online Christians and Christian communities.
The Center for Immigration Research at the University of Houston previously had a Religion and Migration Project. Jessica Brown is its director.