Prison Ministry News

Stories from Prison Ministry

Yes, you should go to jail

It’s true: a pastor’s primary responsibility is to his flock,…

Her Many Sins Have Been Forgiven; That is Why She Loved so Much

“Therefore I tell you, her many sins have been forgiven; that…

There, but for the grace of God, go I

At one time we all lived among [other sinners]. We tried to satisfy…

Welcome Home can be challenging

Welcoming a member who has been absent or scarce for a while…

More Visibility for WELS Prison Ministry

In recent months we have had opportunities to share the joy of…

From a recent inmate letter

"I am currently incarcerated in the Texas Department of Corrections…and…

Pen Pal Pipeline

Pen pal writing is an important way for us to share the gospel…

New office location

The WELS prison ministry mailing center in New Ulm, Minn., recently…

Ask and you will receive…

Give thanks and glory to God for his ability to bless us far…

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