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Stories from Prison Ministry

“Don’t Run Away From the Lord”

The first time I met “Darren” at the jail our conversation…

Book Review: The Executioner’s Redemption

Author Timothy Carter, now a pastor for the Lutheran Church –…

Corrector’s Corner – Spring 2020

Volunteer test correctors are vital to our correspondence course…

Thanks . . . And pray for more of God’s blessings

WELS Prison Ministry operates on a fiscal year that runs from…

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…

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