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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