We need your help now so that our Christian prison ministry can get the Gospel into prisons nationwide. Lives can be changed and crimes can be reduced. Please contribute what you can and if possible donate on a monthly basis. Thank you in advance for your financial support.
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CHAPLAIN ROBERT WATKINS
Huttonsville Correctional Center
(Huttonsville, West Virginia)
“God is moving in the prisons of
America. You can get in on the
harvest benefits by standing in prayer
and financial support of this ministry.”
Inmate at Federal
Believers Fellowship, Inc. I’ve built a
foundation… a sense
of responsibility and
empathy for others.
I am learning to
think in ways that
are rational, realistic,
Most of all, I found
2.3 million inmates are
behind prison bars today.
Crime affects everyone in some way. You could be a victim. You are already paying high taxes for prisons and inmate housing. And store security causes higher prices for products.
GOD CHANGES LIVES.
HELP US GET CHRIST
“I have received Bibles,
books, literature and
videos from Bible
Believers Fellowship, Inc.
All of these items help
the inmates to
understand God’s word
and to grow in their faith.
This literature helps
spread the gospel and
sets the captives free.”
There are 2.3 million prisoners in correctional facilities today
and there are an additional 4.8 million people on probation or
Eventually, 95% of all convicts will be released back
Statistics tell us that 67% of released inmates will
commit crimes again. However, only 40% of those
who receive Christian training commit new offenses.
Our prison ministry is reaching men and women in prison with
the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Lives are being transformed. When
these convicts are released, they will be less likely to commit
Inmate at Northeast Correctional Center in Bowling Green, Missouri
“I am fed by the non-traditionalist way Anne and her husband bring forth the relevance of God’s word. Their newsletters in Spanish help me to witness to Latino inmates who do not speak English, but are in need of encouragement and hope. The newsletter is having a global impact for Jesus. Keep up the faithful work.”
Chaplain Gerald Silliman and his wife
Hiland Mountain Correctional Center in Eagle River, Alaska
and Palmer Correctional Center in Palmer, Alaska
“The video and the tracts that you have given us are GREAT! The inmates are excited about the new material. I thank God for people like you. I pray that God continues to bless your ministry and all people associated with it. Keep up the good work!”
The mission of Bible Believers Fellowship, Inc. is to get the Gospel of Jesus Christ into prisons and correctional facilities throughout the United States.