During the pandemic, many prisons around the world have been closed to anyone coming in from the outside. Heaven’s Family’s Prison & Rehab Ministry chaplains have been hindered from taking the gospel to inmates who so desperately need God’s salvation and deliverance.
Below are just a few of the many testimonies we receive about lives being impacted and transformed by the Prison & Rehab Ministry of Heaven’s Family.
In the dusty, parched outback of southern Kenya an oasis of new life has sprung up. It’s called Philemon House, and it's a place of both refuge and rebirth for Kenya’s youth who were once incarcerated (aftercare), or beforehand if their probation officers believe they can be rehabilitated—and to avoid making they into hardened criminals as a result of prison time (this is mainly done for the girls).
Graduating from high school, or even receiving certification for a vocational training course, is a significant achievement for most young people. But for Abedi—whose future had once seemed so dark, so unpromising—many had said such an accomplishment was impossible. That's because Abedi had been rescued from a life of abandonment, drug use, mental/emotional problems and, finally, incarceration in the prison system of Kenya.