How to establish a jail and prison ministry
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How to establish a jail and prison ministry by Duane Pederson

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Published by T. Nelson in Nashville .
Written in English


  • Church work with prisoners.

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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

StatementDuane Pederson ; foreword by Corrie ten Boom.
LC ClassificationsBV4465 .P4
The Physical Object
Pagination126 p. ;
Number of Pages126
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4737276M
ISBN 100840756755
LC Control Number78027438

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Foreword / Corrie ten Boom --Prison ministries: today's desperate need --The scriptural mandate for prison ministries --Christian volunteers in penitentiaries and prisons --Christian volunteers in local jails --The prison chaplain and the volunteer: a ministry team --The inmate and the volunteer. Buy a cheap copy of How to Establish a Jail and Prison book by Duane Pederson. A basic training guide for establishing a jail and prison Ministry. Free shipping over $ Start Your Own Prison Book Ministry. We understand that many people would like to become involved in helping prisoners. The reasons vary, and the abilities are diverse. We recommend that the first step not be taken unless you are really serious. The dedication required is not for the faint-hearted. I’m a nurse and not a writer, but I feel God led me. I wrote a book my pain and why God puts us through trials. I would like to get the book published and into prisons. I know publishing is expensive and I want no money for my part. Do you know of any company that might publish “works” as a donation to a prison ministry.

• An estimated 1 of every 20 persons (%) will serve time in jail or prison during their lifetime. • An estimated 80% of those released will be rearrested and return to a jail or prison cell. 80% of all the jail and prison population are incarcerated because of drug and alcohol abuse. Most violent crime is committed under the use of alcohol. Begin and continue prison ministry by partnering with other congregations to care for families, to provide for children, to visit in prisons, to correspond with prisoners, and to help bring justice and reconciliation in your community and state. You can develop prison ministry by partnering and practicing reconciliation.   2. Prison ministry must expand beyond prison walls. Just as important as rebuilding character, teaching godly principles and nurturing the human spirit is cultivating hope through providing practical help. Those preparing to be released would be greatly benefited by a . While people tend to lump both jail ministry and prison ministry together, in reality there are significant differences. These differences are largely due to the differences between the purposes of jail facilities and prison facilities. Jails are places where people are detained while awaiting adjudication of their criminal charges. Prisons are.

Click here to download the book as a free E-book; Click here to download the “Prisoner of the Lord” study guide; Prisoner of the Lord Study Guide. The Prison Institute Provides free curriculum to disciple inmates and mentor them for ministry, plus resources for establishing a Bible school in the institution. Click on the following links to. Discover why joining an established prison ministry team is a great way to get started volunteering. In John , Jesus commands us, "Behold, I say to you, lift up your eyes and look at the fields, for they are already white for harvest.". ∙ Individuals who have a desire to get involved in jail and prison ministry. ∙ Churches who want to start jail and prison outreaches. ∙ Denominations desiring to involve their churches in such ministries. ∙ Bible colleges desiring to offer jail and prison ministry training to students. (shelved 1 time as prison-ministry) avg rating — 32, ratings — published Want to Read saving.