Inmate Mail

I just want to say thank you for being a real God fearing person who takes the time to remember the men in prison on their birthdays. People seem to have lost God and are just doing themself. Its like God is no more but I know God is and all ways will be. So I want to say thank you for remembering me on my birthday. PS – I want to wish all of you a very Happy Birthday and a Happy Mother’s day and Father’s day too. – Douglas W. IL

I received yet another birthday card and newsletter from you, and I want to thank you from the top to the bottom of my heart. I don’t receive birthday cards from anyone else. My family does love me but it’s just my dad and my brother and we don’t really express our emotions very much, being guys and all. So getting this card is something very special and you have done it for 10 years now, even following me as I transfer! Thank you deeply and sincerely. – Brian L., FCI Safford, AZ

Peace and love to you all and families too. May all your days be more than ever imagined. I as always thank you for the cards and just being consistent. All from a softball and wiffleball game pretty awesome to me. A sign of what good can come from prison from events to people. So, may you all be blessed and always in all ways continue to be blessings to all you are and more.
– Dyron, TN

There wasn’t any need to apologize for my not getting the card you sent me on my birthday. The most important part was the thoughtfulness. I’ve been appreciative of your efforts from day one. I’ve had my share of problems resulting from the covid virus, but I’m in the swing of things now, Divine intervention was the nature of things regarding my somewhat miraculous recovery. Anyone who had contracted this virus will tell you this, it is a monster. I thank God for delivering me from the depths of hell. We lost a lot of people to this virus and the complications from it are still taking its toll, its still somewhat of a mystery regarding its effects. How are the fellas doing/ heres hoping that your all doing fine. The impression that you fellas gave us upon first meeting us is an everlasting one his was a very good day and the atmosphere you all created were electric. Just to let you all know that you are appreciated for you all just being you. And it means something. – Jimmi, Union CI, FL

I hope all of you there are enjoying a very pleasant week in fellowship with one another and with the Holy Spirit. II Cor. 13:14. Thank you for remembering me on my birthday! It is comforting to know that I am not alone and a genuine member of God’s family, who is not forgotten. (30 years incarcerated). It is reassuring to see that you have each come to a place in your individual lives where you have learned about God’s “language of love.” A language that one speaks in expressions of compassion…tenderness…a prayer…a touch… tenderness…a prayer…a birthday card…a smile. This language easily understood by all; even I, a prisoner at Corcoran State Prison. May each of you fully come to understand that your “labor of love” towards a person such as myself is never in vain but deeply appreciated. I Cor. 15:58. Though Covid-19 is very much a reality of this world, let it never dictate to you the way that you are to live, knowing that our higher reality is of the Lord; a quality of life that can only be found in relationship with our Creator (John 10:10) in a dark and hurting world. Let your perspective continue to be in Him who is a covenant keeping God, who remains faithful, trustworthy and good. (Hebrews 8:6-12, Col. 3:1-3, Rom. 8:31,32). Thank you again for your thoughtfulness and brotherly love. – Joseph B., Corcoran SP, CA


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For the first time in three years, all seven our Saints Softball teams are active! From now until the end of September we have teams visiting prisons every weekend. Thank the Lord for re-opening doors for us!