Help people impacted by crime to experience mercy, compassion and God’s unconditional love. We minister to inmates, ex-offenders, criminal justice professionals, and families through a wide variety of programs.
There ain’t no party like a Holy Ghost Party and this Holy Ghost party didn’t stop!
Check out all the fun, fellowship and faith-filled Spirit at this year’s Restorative Justice Ministry Sunday! If you missed it you can rewatch the service on this page to inspire and uplift you!
We are all in need of supplies for the journey of this life. Help a fellow traveler on his/her way by stopping at the Joshua Tree in the Gathering Hall and choosing an item to donate to the incarcerated. Bibles, study guides, Kairos sponsorships and other supplies are needed. This is a blessed opportunity to help guide the feet of these men and women towards the life God intended for them. Help change a life with your gift.
You can also visit the Virtual Joshua Tree.
“I was in prison and you visited Me.”
No life is beyond the reach of God’s power. Restorative Justice Ministry strives to meet the spiritual and educational needs of prisoners and their families with the ultimate goal of seeing them restored to Christ, their families, and their communities. There are many ways to make a difference.
Contact Betty Waedemon for information on any of these activities at firstname.lastname@example.org , 832.755.7761
Take the Training: To volunteer in the prison for an ongoing event, or to visit 4 times or more, you must be trained by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice every 2 years. Anyone at least 18 years old can be trained. Contact Betty Waedemon at email@example.com with questions.
“As with many volunteer opportunities, the wonder of volunteering in the Prison Ministry is not what I am giving to the inmates, it is God’s blessings poured back on me. It is the smile that comes when a particularly difficult math concept is finally understood, it’s seeing joy in eyes over a job done well, it’s seeing hope at the end of a long journey and peace from knowing that God is in control.” -Cherri Cowan
“I became part of a team that served the Lord our God with all of our heart, our mind, and our strength…with joy.” -Robert Crenshaw