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Debbie Corum, the author of The Passage of Zoe Fuller and Kickshaw Rite of Passage, is a freelance writer whose inspirational articles have appeared in The Gospel Tract Harvester and ARM Outreach International newsletter. Her humorous articles have appeared in Metro Pet, and online Barkley and Paws publications. Be sure to check out her weekly blog at debbiecorum.com
AMERICAN REHABILITATION MINISTRIES
ARM ministers domestically to more than 1.2 million people who are incarcerated in America’s 1,500 state and federal prisons, and another half-million inmates occupying the nation’s 3,200 jails. Beginning in 2001, ARM expanded its efforts internationally, beginning with a prison in Mexico and subsequently expanding to Africa, India and Russia. Later, branch ministries were added in Cambodia, Thailand, South Korea, and the Philippines. Today, ARM takes the Gospel into jails and prison cells on six continents and it has five international branch ministry locations.
EXPECTED END MINISTRIES
God is using the Prison Outreach of Expected End Ministries in powerful ways to bring HOPE and HEALING to a wounded world. They are currently serving inmates in nearly 4000 prisons around the world. To date, they have distributed hundreds of thousands of free copies of Katie Souza's book, “The Captivity Series: The Key to Your Expected End” to God’s incarcerated people. This powerful teaching is based on the stories of Israel’s captivities, and it draws vital lessons for freedom and victorious living from their examples. And now with part 2 of the series being released, the demand for these powerful materials increases daily!
HOPE CITY KC
Hope City is a house of prayer and community center that seeks to bring social justice to the inner city of Kansas City through 24/7 prayer and missions. From the place of prayer a Community Center feeds the hungry, the Trade-Off-Program helps the addicts, the Youth Program is provided for at-risk kids, and Internships equip men and women to minister in the inner city.
FREEDOM IN JESUS
Helping inmates in many ways including
– Evangelism and Baptism through weekend crusades and revivals in prisons
– Teach & Disciple through weekly services and bible studies
– Mentor (During & After Release) through various programs such as the “Discipleship Correspondence Program”
– Feed & Clothe and provide referrals for needed services during re-entry
– Help with transitioning back into society through Kingdom Towers partnership
– Plant into a Church & Society
THE GOSPEL TRACT SOCIETY
The Gospel Tract Society prints and distributes God’s word through the printed page and makes these materials available to anyone who can genuinely use them—and they still rely on financial gifts from constituents to continue our operations.
WORKING MEN OF CHRIST
Working Men of Christ offers housing and mentoring to those coming out of incarceration to help them become productive, healthy members of the body of Christ and their families. They believe that a healing approach to all those affected by crime and incarceration can contribute to healthy, prosperous communities. The ministry is grounded in the conviction that we are all made in God's image, and there is no one who escapes His Love.
DAVID HAIRABEDIAN MINISTRIES
David is the founding Pastor of Virtual Church Media. He and his wife Joanna host a weekly TV Broadcast and Radio Broadcast, called In His Presence, Where ALL Things are Possible! David is recognized for his unique teaching gift that helps break open the rock of revelation resulting in accelerated growth. David is an author of the acclaimed book, Jet Ride to Hell, Journey to Freedom. He is also the founder of Heart of America Prison Ministries, a Bible to Prisoners ministry in more than 1,000 facilities domestically. David’s heart is to help others discover their God-given gifts and callings, and then equip them to fulfill their destinies.
CLI PRISON ALLIANCE
CLI Prison Alliances reaches out to prisons by sending Bibles and Christian literature to prison chaplains. They depend on God and the generosity of other believers to donate Bibles and Christian books. Once they receive the books, they sort, stamp, and ship the books to correctional facilities across all 50 states.
PRISON BOOK PROJECT
For over 21 years Prison Book Project has been sending books into prisons with one vision in mind to Touch Lives Behind Bars. In the first 2 years, their goal was to put 1,000 books in the local county jail, with the Lord's provision they were able to put in 38,000 books. Later they set goals for expanding the reach of the ministry and have far exceeded those as well. They are now in over 2,000 facilities in 39 countries with over 900 facilities on the waiting list. In the last 4 years, they have distributed over 1.1 MILLION books!