I rejoice for the opportunities I have had during the month of May to share Christ with my fellow prisoners...
“. . . but thou shalt love thy neighbor
as thyself: I am the Lord.”
God continues to open doors of opportunity for me to show His love and kindness to my fellow man...
The population of men and women in America’s jails and prisons continues to be on the rise in most states...
About fifteen minutes ago a small squad of correction officers entered the cell block wearing their protective gloves and carrying nightsticks...
The Bible says that life and death are in the power of the tongue.* With our mouth we could encourage or discourage someone...
Within the past few weeks my prayer life is being renewed and revitalized...
I am with you always, even unto
the end time of the world.
I had a quiet and uneventful morning...
This morning I had to travel to and from the prison’s Infirmary to escort a slightly-impaired man who needed his medicine...
Thou hast enlarged my steps under me,
that my feet did not slip.
During this morning’s worship service my chaplain called for testimonies from anyone who recently had some answers to prayer...