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Jail and Prison Ministry

 

Good News Jail and Prison Ministry

 

 

Inspired by Lee Bradley’s passion for prison ministry many years ago, Church Family volunteers continue to support this important ‘loving our neighbor’ ministry .by:

·       Reviewing and providing feedback to Bible study answers from inmates

·       Providing financial support

·        Supporting on site Chaplains who ministry directly to inmates

 

For I was hungry, and you gave Me something to eat;…I was sick, and you visited Me;

I was in prison, and you came to visit Me.' …Matthew 25:36


Good News Jail and Prison Ministry places Christian chaplains in jails and prisons to minister to the spiritual needs of inmates and staff.  Chaplains serve as evangelist, pastor, counselor, mentor and friend to those who are incarcerated and the staff who guard and protect them.  Good News Chaplains share the Gospel of Jesus Christ around the world – in 25 countries and 22 states in the US including the Ordnance Road Correctional Center and the Jennifer Road Detention Center in Anne Arundel County.

 Opportunities:

Become a ‘Good News Volunteer’, teach a Bible study, provide financial gifts and support local chaplains in their efforts to reach inmates and staff with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. 

 

For more information:

 

www.goodnewsjail.org

 

www.local.goodnewsjail.org/anne-arundel/sample-page/

LHUMC’s Mission Outreach contact Randy Perry through the church office at (410) 859-0990 or office@lhumc.org


As God opens the eyes and minds of those who need a savior and introduces them to the person of Jesus Christ.

In that moment, the moment of truth, when a person who is lost discovers that there is a way…..there is truth….and there is life…..Christ enters their life and transfers them

from the kingdom of darkness to “the kingdom of His beloved Son” (Col. 1:13).