ministry to prisoners Archive

Mentoring; A View From the Other Side, By Ray Wambold

38 give, and it will be given to you. Good measure, pressed down, shaken together, running over, will be put into your lap. For with the measure

A New Beginning for John

John Sherwood was convicted of a white collar crime, perpetrated mostly by his business associate, and was sentenced to six years.  He was released after three years for

Mentoring–My Journey of Faith

By Ed Spencer   June 2015          Why am I involved in mentoring other men? I will never forget the days of my teen years when I, too,

A Child’s First Prison Visit

Children have the right to visit their parents who are behind bars, regardless of the crime they committed, but it can be very disturbing for both the children