Helping and Enriching Lives Through Prison Ministry

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Off the Chain Ministries provides care, study, and leadership to those looking for freedom and grace from past life experiences.

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  • 16Jul
    2021

    Almost to this day 15 years ago…

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    Almost to this day 15 years ago, I wrote the first report of my full-time work in the prisons.  We had 17 individuals who had contributed to the work as of that time. By the end of that first year we had 37 supporters and currently we have over 80!  Wow!  13 of the original...

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  • 31Dec
    2020

    Let me start this report in the same way as last quarter…

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    4th Quarter 2020 Let me start this report in the same way as last quarter. Thank you for the continued support despite these uncertain times. In fact, our donations this past year were the most since I started in 2005. Because of these generous gifts, we have paid off the $25,000 we borrowed for the...

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  • 23Oct
    2020

    Just when things seemed to be opening…

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    Just when things seemed to be opening, we took a step back.  As of my last report, I was resuming limited classes at two of the institutions I volunteer at.  However, in August, RMC went back into lock down because of active cases.  They are still closed to volunteers.  Thankfully, the work has continued at...

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  • 05Oct
    2020

    Welcome to the New Normal!

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    Dear Supporters, Brethren and Friends, Welcome to the new abnormal! All of you are in my prayers as we navigate this new frontier. The good news is that the Department of Corrections’ facilities were allowed to open the first week of June at the discretion of the local wardens. Two of the prisons I regularly...

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  • 02Aug
    2019

    Blindness that most men in prison have…

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    I want to thank everyone for their prayers and support of God’s work in the prisons. This report will focus on the blindness that most men in prison have, and we can all have, regarding the harm done to others by our sins. I teach a DOC class from time to time called Victim Impact....

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