1. Compassionate Ministry to the incarcerated and those re-entering the community,
through programs in prisons, with churches, and the community.
2. Effective Programs and Best Practices that are rehabilitative, restorative,
and therapeutic, and recidivism reduction oriented.
3. Serving all the incarcerated and those released and re-entering community,
regardless of race, religion, or sexual orientation.
4. Religious and cultural rights in programming.
5. Interfaith understanding and tolerance.
6. Peace and Nonviolence, including the teachings of Gandhi, King, and Liliuokalani
7. Native Hawaiian Culture Based programming including the
Makahiki – A Time of Peace program, and the Baibala-Pule Program.
8. Hooponopono as Peacemaking, and preparation and support for
incarceration and re-entry.
9. Prison Reform as an immediate action oriented community and political initiate,
through education and advocacy with individuals, churches and community.
10. Education and Advocacy in addressing the “Disparate Treatment of
Native Hawaiians in the Criminal Justice System”.
11. Prison Reform through the development of an independent Prison Chaplaincy
program, with staff and volunteer Chaplains, for inmates and Prison staff, Education
and Training Programs, Chaplaincy, Clinical Pastoral Care programs and Supervision.
12. Prison Reform Education and Advocacy within the Department of Public Safety
and the Criminal Justice System.