eLetter 1st half of 2016

georgeThis is George! He has a life time incarceration in the Arizona State Prison Complex at Yuma and is a In-Prison Missionary. He is involved with the Correspondence Courses and many other things that further the Kingdom of God. Here is a sample of what he wrote: “On a bright note, I took a three credit college Accounting Course and I got a 92 “A” for the course. I’m up to 41 credits now and have a 4.0 GPA.

I am currently enrolled in a Construction Technology Class. I go three hours a day, five days a week. When I finish that they will place me in the Carpentry Class. As I remodel homes for a living, this will help me greatly.

I have managed to bring a few people into the Christian faith. I talk with the guys during our breaks in school. God has opened another door for me to share His word.”


Earl from Tucson writesFirst I want to say thank you very much for the Lucado Life Lesson Study Bible. It is by far the nicest Bible I have ever had. I love it. The study Bible is perfect for me. It has a two year reading plan that I started and its, well I think totally of God another one of His mysterious ways , but I have two years left on my sentence exact to the last day on the study plan in the Bibles the day I go home. Just wanted to share that with you how cool the way God works. Also, I am looking forward to the 13 lessons you are doing with me. Thank you again for all you have done for me.”

If the devil can’t lure us to do evil, he is content to occupy our minds with things that don’t matter.

Jon from Lewis wrote, “Our Sunday morning service is drawing about 90 attendees while about 10 men function as Pastors and Teachers. Not including small-group Bible Studies, we have four services each week and in addition to those, in my Pod we also have four Bible studies which are attended by 8 – 11 guys. I had three of these studies while helping others to step out of their comfort zone and grow accustomed to leading so that the studies will continue when I leave.”



Nanette J from Perryville wrote:

Just a short note to express my gratitude and appreciation for guiding me on the righteous path towards a rewarding and better understanding of Christ.

You, along with your staff take a tremendous amount of time and effort providing these Bible studies for myself and the ladies here at Perryville.

All of us appreciate your thoughtfulness and hard work. 

Do not give fair names to foul sins. Call them what you will, they will smell no sweeter.

                                 -Charles Spurgeon

Joey E from Rincon wrote:

Here is the completed answers to lesson 12. Thank you and I will be looking forward to the final lesson. I want to thank you for all the insightful and helpful information you have sent me over the months of this study. Thanks to the ministry, I can truly use what I have learned and obtained from the study to not just better my life, but the lives of those who still live in darkness. I send you all my upmost gratitude, appreciation, and love for truly helping me find and accept Jesus Christ into my life, as well as my family’s lives will be forever changed thanks to you and your ministry.

Only God can use our wrong choices to bring us to the right places.

Del’s Corner 

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Last year we had 514 inmates take our Correspondence Courses. The first six months of 2016, we have 397 inmates that have taken our Correspondence Courses. This is an increase of 54% and if this continues for the rest of the year we will reach 800 inmates.

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