Practical Ministry Skills
Ministry to Prisoners and the Newly Released
In "Ministry to Prisoners and the Newly Released," you'll find articles and other handouts to help you launch or improve a prison ministry.
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Overview

Learn the importance of prison ministry, and what you should and shouldn't do when learning the ropes.

This Resource contains all of the following:

Providing Second Chances
Ministry to inmates gives them a chance at new life.

Getting Involved in Prison Ministry
Practical ways your church can make a difference.

Do's and Don'ts for Prison Volunteers
Twenty-two things to remember in prison ministry.

A Tree Grows in the Desert
A portrait of a prison community.

Meeting at the Gate
Prison ministry shouldn’t end inside the walls.

An Ex-Inmate’s Basic and Immediate Needs
A checklist for easing the transition back into society.


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Topics:Caring, Community impact, Outreach, Restoration, Visitation
Filters:Counseling, Deacon, Hospitality, Outreach, Pastor, Volunteer
References:Isaiah 61:1, Matthew 25:36, Matthew 10:16
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mane geofrey

March 10, 2015  8:40am

the way prisoners are treated by the local authority was not good to my eyes and the churches who are rendering services to the ministry is shallow, so somebody like me developed a grassroots working policy but i don,t have some people to help me with documentation and guidance

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