Reverend Steven Louis Craft, a longtime member of the Project 21 black leadership network, is a professional prison chaplain and facilitator with Prison Fellowship Ministries. He is also ordained and endorsed as a institutional chaplain with the American Baptist Churches, U.S.A. He has served as correctional chaplain at Moshannon Valley Correctional Center in Philipsburg, Pennsylvania, Pine Prairie Correctional Center in Pine Prairie, Louisiana and the Jefferson City Correctional Center in Jefferson City, Missouri.

Reverend Craft holds a Master of Divinity degree from Harvard University School of Divinity in Cambridge, Massachusetts and a Bachelor of Arts in Bible and Pastoral Counseling from Central Bible College in Springfield, Missouri. He completed clinical pastoral education at Boone Hospital Center in Columbia, Missouri. He is the author of Morality and Freedom: America’s Dynamic Duo and co-authored Virtue and Vice: A Fascinating Journey Into Spiritual Transformation with Roxon Flower. He also contributed to Jump-Start Your Success and How To Raise An American Patriot.

Reverend Craft is also certified as a facilitator for the Bullies2Buddies Program as well as a certified gang prevention educator.

Sample of Public Appearances by Rev. Steven L. Craft:

On American Urban Radio Networks, Steven shares his unique story of redemption and rebirth (1/18/15)

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