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PFMPublic Financial Management
PFMPlanning and Financial Management (budgeting)
PFMPorcelain Fused to Metal
PFMPortfolio Management
PFMPulse Frequency Modulation
PFMPacific Fast Mail (model railroads; Seattle, WA)
PFMPremiata Forneria Marconi (band)
PFMPlan For Maintenance
PFMPray for Me
PFMPersonal Finance Manager
PFMProgram Financial Management
PFMPostscript Font Metrics
PFMProcess Facility Modification
PFMPersonal File Manager
PFMPlease Forgive Me
PFMProdukte für Die Medizin AG (medical equipment producer, Cologne, Germany)
PFMPrison Fellowship Ministries
PFMPrinter Font Metrics
PFMPicture Framing Magazine
PFMPulsed Force Mode
PFMProvident Fund Management (software)
PFMPension Funds Management (various locations)
PFMPortal Farmaceutyczno-Medyczny (Polish: Pharmaceutical and Medical Portal)
PFMPelvic Floor Muscle
PFMPipe Facing Machine (various companies)
PFMProto-Flight Model (NASA satellite model)
PFMProfessional Flight Management
PFMProcess Flow Model
PFMPink Floyd Meddle (album)
PFMPitchfork Media (online music review)
PFMPeyton Freaking Manning (football player)
PFMPre-Flight Message
PFMPen for Men (Sheaffer fountain pen)
PFMParietal Foramina
PFMPink Fish Media (music forum)
PFMProject Formulation Manager
PFMPorsche Flug Motor (automobiles)
PFMProgressive Future Music (band)
PFMParticipatory Forestry Management
PFMPremises Facilities Management
PFMPure Freaking Magic (polite form)
PFMProximity Fragmentation Mine (Turok 2 game)
PFMPower Factor Module
PFMPacket Forwarding Module
PFMPort Filtering Mode
PFMPrecision Flight Mode
PFMPersonnel Files Maintenance
PFMParts Forecasting Model
PFMPhilippine Faith Mission (Zambales, Philippines)
PFMProspective Faculty Member
PFMProbabilistic Forecast Model
PFMPotential Fresh Meat (roller derby)
PFMPolyurethane Fiberglass Mat
PFMPrefaulted Module
PFMPostal Finance Marts (India)
PFMProcess Facilities Modification
PFMPro-Active Fault Management
PFMProxy Formation Model (paleoclimate research)
PFMPreventive Fleet Maintenance (Indianapolis, IN)
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The single most egregious error of the district court--and the error which, if left uncorrected, threatened the greatest harm to the faith-immersion model of rehabilitation services--was the unprecedented decision to order InnerChange and Prison Fellowship Ministries to pay back to the State over $1.
A faith-based organization that serves prisoners, ex-prisoners, and their families, Prison Fellowship Ministries was founded by former Nixon aide Charles Colson, who, too, served time, and today has programs in more than 100 countries.
Financial backing for the program reportedly came largely from Colson's Prison Fellowship Ministries, a not-for-profit organization that provided "funding to cover the salaries and benefits of program staff, the costs of Bible-based instructional and educational materials, and staff and volunteer training, materials and expenses.
And that list could tilt toward the Christian right in the next round, since Prison Fellowship Ministries, Campus Crusade for Christ, Samaritan's Purse and other conservative evangelical organizations have applied for future funds.
PRISON FELLOWSHIP MINISTRIES, the group that runs InnerChange, was founded in 1976 by Charles Colson, the "evil genius" of the Nixon administration; one of his unrealized dirty tricks was a proposal to firebomb the Brookings Institution.
Amongst them: Focus on the Family president James Dobson; Campus Crusade for Christ founder Bill Bright; Prison Fellowship Ministries leader Charles Colson; the Reverend Donald Wildmon, president of the American Family Association; Rabbi Daniel Lapin of Toward Tradition; and Sirico.
Colson's Justice Fellowship and Prison Fellowship Ministries seek to create person-to-person bridges between prisoners and communities, focusing on offender-victim reconciliation, volunteers mentoring offenders, and assisting ex-offenders in finding a job.
John Richard Neuhaus of The Institute on Religion and Public Life and Charles Colson, the Southern Baptist president of Prison Fellowship Ministries.
Colson of the Prison Fellowship Ministries, "will be far more dangerous and violent than the generation before.
If the Department provides funding to Corrections Concepts' prison," AU attorneys insisted, "indoctrination will be the inevitable result, just as it was in Prison Fellowship Ministries.