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Prison Ministries
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1   Link   ECS Ministries
We are a non-denominational, not for profit organization. ECS is a correspondence course ministry that has been in existence since 1941. Originally, the courses were used for soldiers stationed overseas during WWII. Later on, the idea to use correspondence courses in prison was put into effect. Currently we send out over 400,000 courses per year to inmates in North America. We have over 70 courses available in English and 40 in Spanish ranging from the introduction to Christianity to detailed studies of individual books of the Bible, along with thematic courses on Christian character.
2   Link   T.I.M.E.
We are fighting for change within the prison system so that inmates are treated fairly while they're doing their time. We are a nationwide organization that answers inmate letters from across the nation on a daily basis. We also work along side with many Transition Officers within the department of corrections providing them with information so they may better assist inmates who are ready for release.
3   Link   Jesus Loves Prisoners
The Ken Mainey Prison Ministry web site contains a regularly maintained Website aimed at correcting some of the common misconceptions that keep many hurting people from embracing Christianity as a path of healing and fulfilment. It features the seven 'Short Talks' that were broadcast by United Christian Broadcasters during Prisons Week 2009. These can be listened to, including the music, while reading the screen. They can each also be printed and used to post the Good News to those who have no access to the Internet. The subjects cover problems or queries specific to those in or released from Jail and also reminds us all that we are also prisoners serving 'time' within ourselves until the Son sets us free.
4   Link   Passion for Prison

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