The “Cat” Turned Preacher


Children of the Murdered and the Murderers

Before you begin reading what follows, first take a look at the above photo. It shows two cute little Rwandan girls, sitting together at a shared desk in a typical African classroom. Their names are Rémi, age 8, and Chance, age 11, and they are inseparable best friends.

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Bob’s 2015 Video Report: In My Words [A Prison & Rehab Ministry Mini-Update]

In January, each of Heaven's Family's 21 Focused Ministry Directors gave a short, 10-minute presentation about their accomplishments in 2015 and their upcoming goals for 2016. We're excited about what the Lord has done, and what He has in store for the remainder of this year!

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Prison & Rehab Ministry

In 2015 our team ministered in Manyani, the most notorious maximum security prison in Kenya. Manyani means "apes." It has a bloody and violent past with reports of great cruelty, torture and death. It is also a place where God is working to redeem men discarded by the world.

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A Dream Coming True

What a day of celebration! We prayed, feasted, dedicated and marveled at the goodness of God. I had been anticipating this day for many months—the official opening of Philemon House, a first of its kind privately-run residential facility for juvenile offenders after they're released from prison.

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A Totally Different Man!

The men waited anxiously. Many had not slept much the night before. As they were ushered into the chapel of Coffield Prison, a rush of tearful embraces marked the beginning of a very special day—a day they would be united with their children for a day of fun and fellowship...and a day many would have to right some wrongs.

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What Comes Next

"Free at last!" Those are the words every prisoner longs to utter one day. But what comes next? Finding a place to stay, food to eat, a job for income, and a welcoming body of believers—these are no easy tasks, and ex-offenders rarely succeed at them without a network of support.

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Locked Up in Angola Hilton

So this is what it's like, I thought to myself. I was lying on the thin mattress of a metal-framed bunk. Concrete block walls surrounded me on 3 sides, and thick steel bars completed the enclosure of my 6-foot by 9-foot prison cell.

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