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If anyone feels that they could inspire my little brother that’s in jail, and be a Godly influence to him. He really needs some penpals and could really use some encouragement and Godly correspondence and hope. Let me know and I’ll give you his info if you wanna write him a letter. If God puts on your heart to write him. But above all that, please pray for him. His name is John. I love him and he has a really good heart, we’ve just been through a lot of stuff in our life and he made mistakes. I was naked, and you gave me clothing. I was sick, and you cared for me. I was in prison, and you visited me. Matthew 25:36
“Lead Me throughout This Coming Year” We have been reading the opening words of Psalm 90 – a prayer of Moses, the man of God. Do you wish to be a man of God – a woman of God? What are your hopes and prayers and longings for this New Year? Might that be one of them? I learned recently how ‘God’s man’ and a ‘Man of God’ are not necessarily the same thing. As we come before our Creator God, and our loving Saviour, Jesus Christ, what is uppermost in our hearts and minds? When God created man He made us perfect and placed us in a perfect garden – or parkland. I have put you in there to enjoy it - do not spoil it - do not ruin the world I created. Have you ever seen someone's garden which has been ruined by mindless vandals? That happened to God's perfect garden. There are no secrets hidden from God – all you do - all you say - the way we treat people - all that is seen by God, and known to God. Our sins are seen by God - even when we think HE may not be looking. You can decide you are going to give yourself to seeking wisdom - the Bible will enable you to become wise. Let God’s wisdom consume you – and saturate you – and be bathed in the wisdom of God - and people will be amazed when you are called upon to make some vital decision. Perhaps, when they are in some difficulty they may approach you for help - because they know you to be someone who is wise - and you are wise with the wisdom of God. That does not just appear overnight. We have to work at it - and God does not share His secrets with lazy people. Study the Word of God - and become WISE. That can be one goal for these coming weeks and months. Do make sure you are in the Word of God every day – read part of the Bible every day. I keep hearing of some Christians who do not do this. Remember that old poster – that old ‘Wayside Pulpit - “Seven days without the Word makes one weak”. How do you handle time? Many people find they have problems handling money - but even more people find it hard to handle time. Use your time - do not waste it. Verse 10 – This decision was made following Creation when man had fallen and sinned. This is not an aspect of truth which is readily accepted and acceptable – how strange. Some may be totally unaware of it – and will be, if it is not taught in places of worship. I will give them 70 - or 80 years - if they have the strength? The cause of death is SIN. Moses, the man of God has faced up to that. What would you say would fulfil and satisfy you when you reached the end of your life? A happy and useful life! Moses could have said that – but Moses realised that he could have neither without God. Verse 11 – Moses asks the question. Who considers the anger of God? Moses mentions various vital areas in the opening words of Psalm 90 – do check them out. Verse 12 – Teach us – to value our days – we need wisdom. We need YOU to put us in your school in Your classroom. The final section of the Psalm is how to live a happy and useful life. Man wants to be free to live as he chooses! People think God is going to limit us and restrict us - No. Teach us to number or value our days. We need to be taught that. Moses prays for wisdom from GOD. People are talking about making medical advances - and living longer and longer - as if there was no SIN. God has said – God has spoken – God has set the limits - and these cannot be changed. Moses knew there were pleasures and enjoyments away from God. We so need God - and Moses prays that. Have compassion. Be merciful. In verses 13 to 17 – We read of God’s Mercy – RELENT - come back and show us your mercy – remove from us Your Hand of Judgment. Verse 14 – Satisfy us in the morning - and we can be glad all our days. What an offer - our God can satisfy us as no-one else can. Moses would recall how the manna fell in the morning - and nourished the people during that day. Teach us to number our days. Verse 14 – Moses prays for - satisfaction in God. God, bring a new day – let this chapter in our lives come to an end and start a new fresh chapter! As a people – Help us to sing again. Verse 16 – Work in us O God – let the people experience Your favour and Your mercy and Your grace. Verse 17 – Moses prays for transformation by God – put Your hand upon our hand. The wisdom of God is so different from worldly wisdom, and pleasures and riches. The Psalms are not only rich for meditation - but so relevant for our every day living, as disciples of Jesus. In these closing words there is this sense of usefulness – of lasting usefulness – of leading a positive and practical life. We all want to do something worthwhile. We want to do something that will last. People scratch their name on a tree or a piece of stone somewhere - they want their name to last. Before you can do anything useful - you have to be usable. Grace first - His favour first - then He can make what we do useful and valuable. Moses prays for grace – for the favour of God - and he prays that God would show us what He wants us to do. We do not have all the answers – this is where we need humility. God has so much to give us - and when HE gives, HE is so generous. Jesus comes offering us abundant life - life to the full. The Christian Life is NOT something dull and dreary and restricting and limiting - No, it is the very opposite. Ask Jesus to show you what HE wants you to do - with your life - with your talents and abilities and gifts. Yes - make your life count for God - and remember people are watching how you live - and listening to the things you say. Your testimony can be at stake, when you may not realise it. This Psalm, like life, is solemn and serious - though saturated and laced with encouragement and joy and love, and the grace of Jesus Christ. “Loving gracious heavenly Father – I pray about these days and weeks that lie ahead – as I read Your Holy Word, guide me and lead me – help me to find anew, light and direction and wisdom, as I read the Scriptures – put Your Hand upon mine – put Your hand in mine – and take me onward, step by step – in Jesus name I pray. Amen.” (This week's "Word from Scotland" - previous articles may be found at and in the 'Archives' - warmest greetings for 2020, in Christ Jesus.)
Redemption in Christ Jesus enables us in His reconciliation ministry...
When I joined Prison Fellowship Zimbabwe in 2010. I was privileged to know this guy Itai who was by that time in prison serving a life sentence. I was attracted to him when I saw that he was determined and his faith was strong and unshakable. At one time in 2012, I was offered an opportunity to facilitate some Theological Studies in prison on behalf of Harare Theological College (HTC) and this man was party of the 10 students (inmates) who were enrolled to learn the basics of Studying the Word. After serving 26 years in prison, Itai was released on Presidential pardon and this was in 2017. He was incarcerated when he was very young and upon his release the only thing he wishes to have was a family of his own since he had no family member close to help him out. The assumption according to him was that freedom is when you are no longer in chain. Little did he know that he was not free yet because of the reality of his situation confronted to him. A pregnant wife, accommodation, basic needs and unemployed all this was facing him right back and centre. It was really a big challenge for him to break stigma he has to go through. He was disappointed of what he knew about a church. That it is a Body of Christ, forgiving people, loving people etc. It was unfortunate that his definition of a Church was not close to what he knew of a Church of God. His observation made him to feel that the Church that he left in Prison was more of what he expect of a Church. He found it difficult after 26 years of his time in prison to able to identify himself with people. Praise God, one of his dreams was fulfilled and God blessed him with a baby girl Precious, saying this is a precious thing God has given me. He joy was kindled again. Since the day he was released, he never had an opportunity to share with anyone his Story. A man who was on death row and moved to Life and eventually a free man. He visited Prison Fellowship Zimbabwe Office for the first time with his wife and daughter. Part 1
IBAN: BE68 0013 7271 8334. BIC/Swift: GEBABEBB Pay Pal: via our website together with Disnesh Neupone from Prison Fellowship Nepal is organizing a crowdfunding. The children from their children home need urgently new beds, matrasses and blankets. Will you also help us with a small donation of 5 Euro/US$. Many hands make light work.
We Do Not Run To Come In First, But To Finish Faithfully - Why would anyone want to become a Christian during these first three centuries? Persecution was fierce and universal. We need to be informed as to how persecution is spreading rapidly today. In the beginning, there was nowhere to hide, and there was no social benefit whatsoever in being disciples of Jesus Christ. These early disciples enjoyed and appreciated communion with God, through Jesus Christ. As they were loved and empowered by God they became salt and light, challenging many forms of darkness. Regarding this calling of God, holy as it, and depending upon our answering His holy call, they discovered it to be all of grace. We too are called to be the salt of the earth and the light of the world. God seldom calls a person to do what by human ability he is able to do. We see that in the lives of Noah, Abraham, Moses, Gideon and Jeremiah. Read their stories as recorded in the Bible. Almighty God provided them with what they needed, to do what they were called to do. When today’s disciples wonder what it is all about at times, this clear guidance shines – fix your eyes on Jesus. Keep running your race faithfully, and keep your eyes on Jesus who is the trailblazer, the author and finisher of our faith. There are times when the disciple has to make that deliberate decision to look away from all else to Jesus Christ, the Saviour. In the book of Hebrews these disciples knew the meaning of endurance. As they ran their race they were able to overcome various pain barriers – two of which can be ‘growing weary’ and ‘losing heart’. They did not have an easy time. Neither did Jesus Christ. Be prepared for struggles and keep focused and faithful. We do not run to come in first, but to finish faithfully. Read Hebrews Chapters 11 and 12 and be encouraged and strengthened – and nourished from God’s holy Word. When we hear, or read, of men of faith, there is always that element where each acted on the basis of his faith. They did something, obeying God, having taking risks. They were prepared to look foolish, or be regarded as peculiar, and then there came that day when their names appeared in an honours list in the book of Hebrews. They had pleased God. Without faith it is impossible to please God – Hebrews Chapter 11 verse 6. Men and women of faith are encouraged to run the race marked out for them and to run with perseverance and endurance. Is this not the salient and significant evidence of Christian discipleship? God calls us to persevering faith, demonstrating endurance and continuance – a going on. It takes courage to persevere and endure, and the writer to the Hebrews is addressing discouraged disciples. In the military context, perseverance means you stand your ground through all the battlefield dangers, refusing to flee, or run away. In the athletic context, perseverance speaks of not falling back, or dropping out. If the Christian life was regarded as some kind of ‘jolly picnic’ there would be no need for this type of language. The disciple of Jesus was taught to throw off everything that hindered and hampered progress – getting rid of burdens, weights, and sins, that could entrap, ensnare, and entangle. Worry, discouragement, immorality, lust, greed, addiction, fear, and various other emotions, can be impediments which disable disciples in the heat of the battle. Many things may be legitimate, but the Christian soldier lays them aside as he prepares and runs the race marked out. AGON is the word used for race from which we get ‘agony’, implying self control in every area of life – a disciplined disciple. Is that you? Let me encourage you in these times to keep running – to persevere and endure – so that you may finish faithfully. “Lord God Almighty – as we bow before You in Worship and Praise – and with thanksgiving for all that we have in Christ Jesus – help us serve with perseverance and endurance. Rid me of whatever might hinder and hamper – so that I might fight the good fight – finish the race – and keep the faith. Lord, I realise that if I do not keep the faith, it will be difficult to fight the good fight and finish the race – so help me – risen, living, loving Jesus. Amen.” (This week's "Word from Scotland" - previous articles may be found at and - in the 'Archives' section - every prayerful blessing.)

We help restore justice and healing to families and communities in response to crime.

Prison Fellowship International is a global association of 120 national affiliates, working with the assistance of over 45,000 volunteers, to promote human dignity and the transformation of prisoners.

Prison Fellowship International is the world's largest and most extensive criminal justice ministry.

Mission: The mission of Prison Fellowship International is to proclaim and demonstrate God's love by reaching out to prisoners, ex-prisoners, their families, victims and the community. PFI is a ministry of transformation and reconciliation. The heart of Jesus' teaching is love and forgiveness - living in peace with God and with one another, even those who offend us.

“Many things are possible for the person who has hope. Even more is possible for the person who has faith. And still more is possible for the person who knows how to love. But everything is possible for the person who practices all three virtues.” - Brother Lawrence. #faith #hope #love #incarceration #prison #prisonministry

'It makes you forget you're in prison': How a jail exercise program could make Australia safer

Bringing the Parkrun race program into prisons, such as the Brisbane’s Women’s Correctional Centre, is “a really great initiative to get the prisoners interacting with each other in a way they wouldn't normally." Why prison bosses say a new running program could help reduce reoffending and make our communities safer once inmates are released.

DCS launches inmate reintegration preparation programme

“Imagine Me,” a new prisoner reintegration program, recently launched in Jamaica. The program “focuses on empowering inmates while enabling them to identify training and employment opportunities just before completing their sentences.” KINGSTON, Jamaica — The Department of Correctional Services (DCS) launched its inmate reint...

5,555 unintentional crime prisoners released in 10 months

Over the past year, more than 5,500 of the almost 15,000 prisoners convicted of mostly unintentional financial crimes were released across Iran. TEHRAN – Since the beginning of the current Iranian calendar year (March 21, 2019), benefactors have freed 5,555 prisoners who had committed unintentional crimes, head of Blood Money Organization has said.

Valerie lives with her siblings in Colombia, and her mother is in prison. Her father struggles to care for his family. By sponsoring Valerie and children like her, you can provide a brighter future to children with incarcerated parents. Find out more at our website.

MSPs to push for women's prison facilities in the Highlands

"Prison sentences not only impact on the prisoner but on their families too and we must ensure families, particularly children, can easily visit a loved one whilst they are serving their sentence.” MSP David Stewart wants to see a new women's custody unit created in the Highlands.

JUST SPECS AND PRISON OPTICIANS TRUST: Social enterprise helps offenders build new lives

“Had my father not gone to prison I would never have thought of this. Now my motivation is to make an impact on society and create contributors.” The creator of the Prison Opticians Trust helps rebuild lives through training and paid work for incarcerated individuals. ITS inspirational courses teaching inmates to make spectacles and find skilled paid work are cutting reoffending rates and helping to rebuild lives, and now visionary business The Prison Opticians Trust is expanding with an online store.

Prison Fellowship International is called and dedicated to communicating the redemptive love and transforming power of Jesus Christ to prisoners, ex-prisoners, their families, and victims of crime around the world. Learn more about Prison Fellowship International at our website: #redemptivelove #prison #prisonministry #hope

Prison not only option

Alternative sentencing is a priority for the Barbados Minister of Home Affairs. “I think that the people of Barbados understand that it is not feasible or practical to continue to pay 30, 32 thousand dollars per year to house someone at Dodds in some cases waiting for a trial...” Alternative sentencing remains a priority for Minister of Home Affairs, Edmund Hinkson, who explained that the cost of providing for just one inmate at the prison is more than $30 000 annually.

Prison homework club allows dads inside to spend time with their kids

“It gives me the incentive to keep my head down and work hard to keep the privilege of getting to see my family each Friday. It means everything to me,” says an incarcerated man who is participating in the “Friday night homework club” at Durham prison with his family. A special group for dads in prison allows men to spend quality time with their children. Gavin Havery spoke to members of the HMP Durham Friday…

Myanmar govt to provide better health care in all prisons by 2025

The Ministry of Health and Sports says it hopes to provide comprehensive health care in prisons across Myanmar by 2025. The Ministry of Health and Sports said it hopes to implement better health care in all prisons across the country by 2025, focusing in addressing infectious communicable and non-communicable diseases, a senior official said.

Never be afraid to trust an unknown future to a known God. - Corrie Ten Boom #future #prison #prisonministry #childsponsorship #hope

“It’s a long journey of a life sentence with no visitation or support system. But His grace encompasses me. I cannot love Him as much as Jesus loves me. I feel Him daily, and when I fall, He lifts me up. I’m free and waiting for Jesus to welcome me into Heaven. ‘If the Son sets you free, you are free indeed.’”

Jamaica: Four prisoners given chance to get university education - Stabroek News

Four prisoners in Jamaica will receive scholarships valued at $300,000 each to earn a degree through an online program at the University of the Commonwealth Caribbean. t’s a pilot project beginning this spring. (Jamaica Observer) Four prisoners have been given the chance to gain a university education through a multi-agency partnership that will see them

The winner the Prison Reform Trust writing competition is.. A Good Officer! | The Big Issue

“One thing that struck me was a thread pulling all the entries together – empathy. All, in some way, touched on how important it was for guards to find a way to make a human connection to the men and women inside, to understand and to allow growth and change.” Compassion and empathy lie at the heart of connecting to others inside a prison, whether guard or inmate

Cafe run by former prisoners set to open in York in New Year

"I feel passionately about empowering women to change their lives for the better and I decided to do something about it.” Laura Gallery trains and hires formerly incarcerated women to work in her York, England, deli. MORE than £14,500 has been raised through a crowdfunding campaign to open a new cafe - set to be run by former female prisoners.

“I always dreamed of being rich and I didn’t care how I got there. Because of that, I began trafficking drugs and eventually got caught and sentenced to 10 years in prison. After participating in the Sycamore Tree Project course, I began to understand the seriousness of crime and the ripple effect that it has. Now, I have made up my mind to never to be a part of these kinds of unlawful activities again. I now know the tremendous effect crime has on the entire community and I do not want to cause those kinds of problems anymore.” – Prisoner.

Revealed: new report shows negative effects on prisoners' families -

“Prisoners’ children are at a much greater risk of experiencing negative educational, behavioural and emotional outcomes … and future incarceration,” per a recently released report in Ireland. A CALL has been made for parenting support initiatives in prisons and communities, after a new report revealed the impact having an incarcerated parent has on children.

"Trust in the LORD with all your heart, and do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make straight your paths." Proverbs 3:5-6
#trust #prisonministry #childsponsorship

Soon, Burail jail inmates to turn radio jockeys | Chandigarh News - Times of India

An FM radio station will soon be broadcasting information, message, and music to prisoners in India’s Burail Jail, as well as providing training so they can eventually run the station. Setting out to reform and rehabilitate prisoners, the UT administration is soon going to start an in-house FM radio facility, which will be run by the

Stories of Dubai jail prisoners to feature at Literature Festival

Last month, a book of essays written by prisoners at the Dubai Jail, entitled “I Will Fly,” was showcased at the Emirates Airline Festival of Literature. ‘Tomorrow I Will Fly’ will be donated to prisons globally, say organisers

Power of voice: new voicemail system brings prisoners and family closer

Thanks to a new voicemail system at Wolston Correctional Center in the UK, prisoners can keep in better contact with their families. Hearing the voice of a loved one is crucial in helping prisoners cope with custody and thanks to a new voicemail system, regular family contact for...

Ved likes dancing and the color blue. He lives with his mother in India; his father is in prison. As Ved’s sponsor, you help provide nutritious food, healthcare, and opportunities to experience God’s love. Find out more at our website.

From Inmate to Bartender: South Africa’s Pioneering Program

After promising her formerly incarcerated brother that she would “always see the human being behind the criminal record,” Stephanie Simbo founded Beyond Bars Akademia in Cape Town, Africa. Beyond Bars Akademia just enrolled its second class of former female inmates who will receive an education in hospitality and a chance to restart their lives.

Prisoners serving more of their sentences ‘will increase pressure on prisons’

Changes are being made in the UK’s criminal justice system to make sure punishments fit the severity of the crime, as well as creating a “greater period of rehabilitation” for prisoners. by Our News DeskMonday, January 27, 2020 Prisoners serving more of their sentences ‘will increase pressure on prisons’ × You can read 9 more articles this month Please help support the Morning Star by subscribing here PLANS to keep serious offenders behind bars for longer may not help to cut cr...

“I wanted to just complete my sentence and return home without goals. When I was told about The Prisoner’s Journey, I enrolled and went to my first meeting. Each class about Jesus changed my vision for my life and gave me the desire to become a new person. I learned many things through the course that touched me deeply and today I see with new eyes the real meaning of the word ‘recovery.’” -- Prisoner, Brazil

Ex-cons deserve a chance too

“As the Jamaican economy improves, there may even be value in providing tax breaks to encourage the employment of ex-prisoners. Like it or not, making sure that those who have done time are given a chance to make good, is enlightened self-interest.” Such is the level of crime and its devastating effects on society it is hard for most Jam...

Opinion: I was a teenage prisoner and saw first-hand how the criminal justice system fails to reform offenders

“It’s clear that the biggest problem with the criminal justice system is that it doesn’t reform.”

I was lucky enough to forge a successful career in British and US politics after serving my prison sentence, but not all ex-offenders are as fortunate

THATI | South Africa - Prison Fellowship International

“I want to go wherever God sends me to carry out my living testimony. It burns inside of me like a candle, day and night. I cannot stop thinking about what Jesus did for me, and when I think of all the other people on this earth, who are still inside prisons and in gangs killing others, being drunk and on drugs, not living but being ‘living dead’ . . . I want to go and tell them what Jesus did for me.” As a young man, Thati experienced deep pain and anger that led to crime. But while in prison, he met Christ—and his real life journey began.

Pastor opens 12 breakfast ministries in Mexico run by former inmates, sees hundreds come to Christ

Pastor Carlos Mariñelarena in Mazatlan, Mexico, has opened dozens of breakfast kitchens, run by former prisoners, to help spread the Gospel in that country. “We work with people at these prisons who are at their lowest point in life with destroyed families, they have no hope. So we share Christ with them, we baptize them, we disciple them, we teach them to work.” Pastor Carlos Mariñelarena has used the power of gift-giving to reach hundreds of children and families for Jesus and has opened a dozen breakfast kitchens run by former inmates to help continue spreading the Gospel.

Road Map Set by the Interior Ministry to Transform Lebanese Prisons

“Prison should be converted from a place of detention to a place of rehabilitation,” said Caretaker Minister of the Interior Raya Hassan of Lebanon. #Lebanon #prisonreform #incarceration Aiming to convert prisons from a place of detention into a place of rehabilitation.

“May the Lord bless Prison Fellowship International! Through it God showed me how I had filled myself with resentment. I had no hope, but it is thanks to Jesus and the church that I have had the strength to continue. I learned from The Prisoner’s Journey that God is always with me.” #hope #incarceration #prison #prisonministry

Number of inmates falls to 23-year low in Japan | The Japan Times

At the end of 2019, the number of prisoners and detainees across Japan fell below 50,000 for the first time in 23 years. #incarceration #Japan At present, no prisons or detention facilities have a shortage of capacity, and the occupancy rate stands at slightly below 60 percent of overall national capacity.

Former Inmates 10 Times More Likely to Experience Homelessness - Invisible People

“To prevent reoffending, prisons should be places of rehabilitation and recovery. That work must continue when offenders leave the prison gates. The criminal justice is fundamentally failing when people are reoffending just to get a meal or a place to sleep.” Studies have found former inmates are 10 times more likely to experience homelessness upon release from prison than the general public.

UMUTONI | Rwanda - Prison Fellowship International

Umutoni’s father is in prison. Her mother abandoned her and her sister and left them with their uncle who took them in. When the family was introduced to our child sponsorship program, Umutoni says she felt loved and cared for immediately. Her dream is to become a pilot. Learn more about Umutoni and how you can make a difference in families of prisoners at our website. Umutoni dreams of becoming a pilot, but when her father was sent to prison and her mom left her, her dreams were almost dashed. Now she’s working hard to make them come true.

Hull criminal shares the reality of life inside prison

After a rough youth and time in prison, it was the birth of his son that led James Wilson to turn his life around. Now, he’s pursuing a career in comedy. “With comedy, I've got nothing to lose and everything to gain. I want to be successful and make my son proud and make me someone he can be proud of." James Wilson has spent time in prison but now says he wants to pursue a career in comedy

“For I am the Lord your God who takes hold of your right hand and says to you, Do not fear; I will help you.” Isaiah 41:13 #prison #prisonministry #donotfear

Law enforcement adopts measures to protect children of prisoners

The Supreme Court, the National Police Agency and the Ministry of Justice in Korea have decided to implement the National Human Rights Commission of Korea’s instructions for protecting children of prisoners. #Korea #children #prisoners Law enforcement authorities are introducing measures to better protect the rights of children of incarcerated people.The National Human Rights Commission of Korea said Sunday the Supreme Court, the National Police Agency and the Ministry of Justice have decided to implement the commission’s instru...

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