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Atheist Group Complains after Sheriff's Office Celebrates 300 Baptisms

Atheist Group Complains after Sheriff's Office Celebrates 300 Baptisms

A prominent atheist organization is demanding that an Indiana sheriff’s office cease the promotion of inmates’ baptisms on its social media pages and is threatening legal action if such actions continue.

Indiana Sheriff’s Department Celebrates Baptisms of 40 Inmates

Indiana Sheriff’s Department Celebrates Baptisms of 40 Inmates

The Decatur County Sheriff's Department in Indiana celebrated the baptisms of some 40 incarcerated men and women just before the New Year.

God Behind Bars Ministry Baptizes Hundreds of Women at a Denver Correctional Facility

God Behind Bars Ministry Baptizes Hundreds of Women at a Denver Correctional Facility

Hundreds of female inmates recently surrendered their lives to Jesus Christ and were immediately baptized at a correctional facility in Denver, Colorado.

Manslaughter to Ministry: How Prison Ministries Model Christ's Heart for Us All

Manslaughter to Ministry: How Prison Ministries Model Christ's Heart for Us All

As our culture becomes increasingly reliant on stereotypes to define large swaths of the population, it can be easy for Christians to follow suit. It’s just simpler, in many ways, to assume that what a person believes politically, where they live, or what they look like is a window into their soul and represents the whole of who they actually are. And there are times when those assumptions may be pretty close to accurate—after all, stereotypes usually exist for a reason. We are called to a higher standard, though.

God Continues to Work Behind Bars

God Continues to Work Behind Bars

God has a long history of working inside prisons. The very first book of the Bible describes how God granted Joseph favor with a prison warden, something that eventually led to the saving of his family, the saving of Egypt, and the preservation of God’s promises to establish the nation of Israel. The book of Acts gives several accounts of God working in prisons. And, Jesus Himself said that those who visit and care for prisoners are actually visiting and caring for Him.

24 Inmates Awarded BA Degree in Pastoral Ministry Will Serve NC Prisons as Ministers

24 Inmates Awarded BA Degree in Pastoral Ministry Will Serve NC Prisons as Ministers

Last week, 24 incarcerated men graduated with Bachelor of Arts diplomas in pastoral ministry from the College at Southeastern.

'God Is Still Writing Their Story': Youth for Christ Seeks to Break the Cycle of Incarceration of At-Risk Youth

'God Is Still Writing Their Story': Youth for Christ Seeks to Break the Cycle of Incarceration of At-Risk Youth

A well-known youth ministry organization is stepping up to help break the perpetual cycle of youth incarceration.

An Abortion Clinic, a Calling, and Glimpse of Redemption: A Testimony by Prison Fellowship CEO James Ackerman

An Abortion Clinic, a Calling, and Glimpse of Redemption: A Testimony by Prison Fellowship CEO James Ackerman

In a recent interview, James Ackerman, the CEO of Prison Fellowship Ministries, opened up about how God used him to fight for life following his own experience with an abortion.

Prison Fellowship to Distribute 100,000 Devotionals to Incarcerated Men, Women

Prison Fellowship to Distribute 100,000 Devotionals to Incarcerated Men, Women

Prison Fellowship is partnering with Moody Bible Institute of Chicago to distribute 100,000 devotionals to inmates across the U.S.

Prison Fellowship Distributes 100,000 Bibles to Prisoners Nationwide amid COVID-19 Pandemic

Prison Fellowship Distributes 100,000 Bibles to Prisoners Nationwide amid COVID-19 Pandemic

The nation’s leading Christian prison ministry, Prison Fellowship, has distributed over 100,000 Bibles to inmates amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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