Living into the Kingdom Story

What storyline are we a part of? This Lent, I have benefited significantly from the writings and teachings of others.

Staying Ahead Through Wise Decisions

Technology continues to impact all our lives. Some for the better, like advances in medicine or enhanced safety. Some for the not so better, like phone chimes during church service or mindless games that waste our time. Lifeline Global’s ministry to the incarcerated and their families is not immune to these advances.

22,000 in 2022

At Lifeline Global Ministries, we serve a God that there are no goals that are too big for. That’s why I wanted to make public our organizational goal for 2022: TO REACH 22,000 INCARCERATED STUDENTS!

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.

Cross-Cultural Ministry

I used to have a boss who started a large, nationwide ministry to urban communities. He argued that the Christian church could be most effective in global evangelism and discipleship if it focused on the large, urban areas of the United States.

God Loves the Incarcerated

How does God feel about the incarcerated...The Message goes even farther in its statement. It says that “God leads the prisoners to freedom”.

Life Together-Remembering the Inmate

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 importance of Christian community and that we belong to one another through and in Jesus Christ. 

We Strive Without Reciprocation

Two weeks ago, I had the opportunity to participate in the live-streamed event of the Global Leadership Summit with about 150 men serving sentences at the Hutchinson Correctional Facility in Hutchinson, KS. After not being allowed into prisons or jails around much of the country, it was great to finally get an opportunity to have some fellowship; even if only for a few days/

Incarceration and Easter

Easter has always been my favorite time of year. The 40 days leading up to Easter offer time to praise and worship the Lord.

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