Inmate Mail

Let me start off by saying I hope my letter finds you all blest by the best and doing well. Sorry that it took me so long for me to write you back but I’ve been having some feelings cause my family have turned their backs on me and I was just down and out and I really want to thank you very much for the birthday card. Because I was really feeling down and thinking that no one cares about me. Thanks again for the card and picking me up and making my day. Still trying to stay strong in the Lord. Can you please keep praying for me cause it gets hard, someone you love don’t care for you anymore. I don’t have much more to say but again I want to thank you very much for the birthday card and thinking of me. May God bless and keep you all well.
– Clarence C., Eastern CI, MD

I just wanted to thank you for the birthday card. It’s been a long time since you’ve been here. Things are pretty messed up right now. But with the Lord, things should get back to normal. Maybe one day I’ll be able to play softball with ya.
– Charles M., Lieber CI, SC

Praise the Lord! Jesus is Lord! Thank you for remembering me for my birthday and for the newsletter… especially for your concern through prayers offered up in my behalf. Know also of my concern for all of you there in the Saints Prison Ministry. Surely you glorify the Father and His Son, by the power in your works by the Holy Spirit… please continue. I Corinthians 15:58. Endure ‘til the Return,
– LaVonn P., SCI Albion, PA

I just wanted to say thanks for all the years you all have remembered my birthday and for bringing me joy when I felt none. As you know, I have been here inside of this prison for 18 years and many things have changed in my life, but I can count on hearing from you all each year. I will always try to spread the love of the Father with all of my fellow man and also I will be getting out of here in two more years and if I can, I will give back some of my time to Saints Prison Ministry if you would let me cause the joy you have given to me, I would like to give to the next person. Also know that there is so much power in a few kind words, and if at all possible, please keep it up. Well, as I said I only had a few words, but hopefully you now know how I feel about you all out there. So again thank you and God bless you all.
– Riccotize D., Grafton CI, OH

I’ve been wanting to write to you to you to thank you for a long time, but I never seem to have the extra envelopes to do so because of the fact that I’m broke. I’d like to thank you all for being the only ones in the world to remember my birthday on a yearly basis. You have no idea how much it means to me. I was at Trenton CI from January 2010-December 2014 and you still stayed in touch. Hopefully the softball guys go to MacDougall CI because that’s where I should be going when they start shipping again. That’s in Ridgeville, SC. I get out in 2025, I hope to see you all again soon. Thank you for staying in touch and not forgetting my birthday. It’s good to know that someone out there loves me. I may not have money, but God has been providing me with the things I need in life.
– Mark K., Evans CI, SC

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SAVE THE DATE

We want you to save the date for our 35th Anniversary Celebration

June 4, 2022
4 p.m. – 7 p.m.
Easton Bible Church
2407 Fostertown Rd.
Hainesport, NJ 08036

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Did you know that your old vehicle can help us?

You can make a lasting impact on an inmate’s life by donating your used car to The Saints Prison Ministry. It doesn’t matter how old it is, what shape it is in, or even if it runs – we want your car!

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