Prisoners in chains at the Yayachu work camp in Myanmar Dear Friends, I’m currently traveling in Africa, visiting several prisons, and when I return I’ll have many stories to share in the coming weeks and months. But this month, I’d like to share with you […]
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.
Two men fled into the night—in opposite directions. One was the dead man's killer. The other was the dead man's best friend. It started with an argument that ended with a fatal gunshot. The body of Marcos' best friend, Daniel, lay dead on the street. Fearing the murderer would shoot him as well, Marcos ran for his life into the darkness. To the local police, his flight made him a suspect. They nabbed him and then locked him up. The real murderer was never apprehended.
Men waste away in Munzenze Prison, awaiting some hope before they die Dear Friends, Quick question: What do doors, electricity, and mattresses have in common? Answer: They are all comforts most of us take for granted, but which haven’t been in Munzenze prison—a place some […]
"Many will be dead the next time I visit," John Siam lamented. "My burden for them is so great, I pray for them with tears. Prisoners are open and hungry to hear Jesus' words of life, but if I cannot at least bring them a Bible, what good am I in this world?"
Not one, or two, but seven. That’s how many bullets ripped through Jonathon Fana’s body as he ran from island police. I listened to Jonathon's story in astonishment as he showed me the bullet holes and the long, jagged scars on his neck and abdomen. How could he have survived such injuries? Yet there he stood in front of me, very much alive. I would soon learn from Jonathon that those seven bullets, far from ending his life, actually played a part in giving him a brand new life.