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story.lead_photo.caption Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/BENJAMIN KRAIN --04/25/14-- Vernon Holden, center, is congratulated by his Pathway to Freedom program mentor Clay Warnock, right, after a graduation ceremony recognizing him and other former inmates at the Wrightsville Hawkins Unit prison who completed the Pathway to Freedom program. The graduates are felons who participated in a re-entry to society program while in prison and also while on parole. - Photo by Benjamin Krain

Each night, Vernon Holden sent up a prayer from the Arkansas prison in which he was incarcerated: Please, God, take care of my kids. Help them find a good home.

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Print Headline: Program, prayers put kids’ 2 dads together

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