June 25, 2017

Centralized Kelly Gissendaner Information #Kellyonmymind

Jürgen Multmann, Kelly Gissendaner, and Jenny McBride

Click to view video: Kelly in her own words.

There is still time to act. The Georgia Board of Pardons and Paroles can still halt Kelly’s execution by reversing their decision or issuing a stay to reconsider her case. This is neither unprecedented nor does it fall outside the scope of their powers. Governor Nathan Deal can also still act by asking the Board that he appointed to reconsider their decision.

Gov. Nathan Deal 

404-656-1776

@GovernorDeal

Georgia’s Board of Pardons and Paroles

404-656-4661

www.pap.georgia.gov

 

You can also act by telling Kelly’s story, sharing blog posts and videos, or spreading the word through social media. Your voice is important. Will you lend your voice to lift Kelly’s story? 

Kelly at Graduation

Link to Video: #KellyOnMyMind

Direct Download of Video

 

Link to letter for clergy to sign

 

Link to change.org petition for others

 

Link to her clemency application

 

New York Times article

 

Theological studies ignited transformation of Georgia woman set to die

 

Comments

  1. Danna Watkins says:

    please spare Kelly’s life. This woman has much to contribute to life! Consider her redemption story!

  2. debbie hedgis says:

    No other decision is acceptable but to reconsider the denied response on Wednesday. There is so much more Kelly can offer through her prison ministry. Please give her the opportunity for this important work !

  3. rev. chris wylie says:

    Please reconsider my sisters life and allow Christ to keep working in and through hee lifee in this world. thank you.

  4. Philip George says:

    Please spare Kelly’s life, allow her to be a positive influence on the other woman she meets.

  5. Chris Mansker says:

    The purpose of prison should be to reform, not condemn. Clearly this lady has not only served her time but learned from her crime. She has taken steps to get her life together only to have it cut short because of some stupid statute being upheld by people that would rather see a woman die for the crime she committed than to see her make difference in the life of someone else. This isn’t about retribution. This is about seeing past the past and the battle scars to see the TRUE heart that is beating inside of this woman. Please spare Kelly’s life and give her an opportunity to make things right by being a witness and testimony to others.

  6. Please spare Kelly’s life. Choose mercy over vengeance. Allow an example of God’s power to transform the heart and mind continue to live and minister to others to help them experience the same transformation. Paul persecuted and murdered Christians. If he could be converted and save others for Christ, then anyone can. Christ taught us to love even our enemies and abandon the doctrine of “an eye for an eye.” Choose mercy.

    “Earthly power doth then show like as God’s when mercy seasons justice.”

Trackbacks

  1. […] You can contact the GA Board of Pardons and Paroles and ask them to reverse their decision. You can call Governor Deal’s office or reach out on Twitter and remind him (as a fellow person of faith) that his hands are NOT tied. […]

  2. […] You can contact the GA Board of Pardons and Paroles and ask them to reverse their decision. You can call Governor Deal’s office or reach out on Twitter and remind him (as a fellow person of faith) that his hands are NOT tied. […]

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