Stories of Lives Changed
Everyone is a long story. We have the privilege of working with program partners, students, financial partners, and volunteers and each person has their own story. We are all so much more than we appear and through God’s help can be restored.
The pandemic brought challenges for not only our ministry, but for the prisoners and facilities we serve. Although these should have been years that shrunk our outreach, we saw tremendous growth. COVID-19 shut down around 90% of our in-person programs, but we were able to reach and support 25% more students in 2021 through our video programs.
Whether through videos, telephone calls, video chats – or in-person gatherings, our mission is the same. We work with our partners around the globe to bring opportunities for restoration to the lives of incarcerated men and women around the globe,
When lives are changed, the cycle of recidivism and broken homes and families are impacted for good.
Lifeline Global is more than a prison ministry or Bible Study. Malachi Dads, Hannah’s Gift, and the Returning Hearts Celebrations are tools through which reconciliation and the restoration of the Gospel are brought to families and communities.
Here are just a few of our stories.
Tina and Cindi are both serving life sentences, but have through Hannah’s Gift they both have found hope and freedom.
Tony Augello spent most of his adult life behind bars until Malachi Dads transformed his life. Retired Chief Alex Yim with LA County Sheriff’s Office was skeptical and didn’t think inmates fully deserving of God’s grace, yet he too was transformed, becoming a Lifeline Global volunteer.
Returning Hearts Volunteer Megan Archer sees first-hand each year how the Returning Hearts Celebration restores families.