Cuba: Staying on Task

They cannot get into the prisons, so some chaplains are supervising the inmate leaders by phone who have had Malachi Dads. In turn, they are then teaching within the prisons where chaplains cannot get in.

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International Influence via Online Training

We praised God for the insight to bring the training to the trainer and we thought it was revolutionary. Yet God had bigger plans in store when we used a different modem to train leaders.

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President’s Corner

Lifeline’s decade plus of ministry in Los Angeles County Jails was not made arbitrarily. Rather, it was made with the intent of reaching arguably one of the largest (if not the largest) county jail system in the world. At its height of population with 22,000 inmates, our ministry of Malachi Dads and Hannah’s Gift reaches a diverse, international and multicultural population.

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“I’ve never been a Christian outside of prison…”

The Lord Jesus saved me during the darkest time of my life in prison, and He really gave me hope and freedom even in prison. I was released seven months ago. I knew how to be a Christian in prison but I’ve never been a Christian outside of prison!

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God Loves The Incarcerated

Presidents Corner, Sept 24, 2021by Dr. Romney Ruder How does God feel about the incarcerated? Certainly, a God of justice believes that guilty people should be punished for their crimes (sins). But in Psalm 68, He kind of throws us for a loop. In verse 6, David explains that we serve a God that “offers…

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Life Together-Remembering the Inmate

The President’s CornerDr. Romney Ruder, Lifeline President This summer, I spent some time with members of our church doing a book study on Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s Life Together. If you have not had a chance to read it, I highly recommend it; especially during these times of isolation due to COVID-19. The piece spells out the…

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