41 New Countries?

Two things have caused Lifeline to adapt the way we approach our ministry, especially in the area of training. The pandemic and the adoption of internet technology by our international partners. Presently there are 16 countries using our Malachi Dads & Hannah’s Gift curriculum. More than 350 individuals have been trained on how to teach…

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Trauma Healing

By Dr. Romney Ruder, Lifeline President “Some experiences in life are so painful, they cause deep and lasting suffering. That suffering is what we call, “trauma.” -American Bible Society Lifeline Global Ministries in partnership with World Impact would like to invite you to attend an online training event about trauma healing. This training originated with…

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Well Done, Bruce Abbott

About three years ago, Bruce Abbott, Dave Costa and Gary McBroom (all Malachi Dads volunteers) had just finished breakfast at a local restaurant. As they were leaving, two men entered, and one went straight up to Bruce and stated, “You saved my life!” Bruce was a bit startled and asked how?   Aaron stated that he…

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Save the Date(s)

The Returning Hearts Celebration at Angola has always been one of the most anticipated events of the year for about 500 volunteers, 400 plus children and 150 inmate dads. If you’ve ever been a volunteer at any Returning Hearts Celebration you know how special this day is for everyone!  After two years of pandemic absence, the…

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Mississippi Update

Recently I traveled to Mississippi to train 80 men and women inmates at the invitation of Mr. Burl Cain.  Cain is the former warden at Angola state prison and is now the Commissioner of the Mississippi Department of Corrections.   He invited me to train inmate seminary graduates and students in their three major prisons…

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Governor’s Award

In Texas, Lifeline Global’s Malachi Dads received the “Best Family Program” award during the Governor’s 2020-2021 Criminal Justice Volunteer Service Awards program. The award was presented by the Texas Board of Criminal Justice. “Volunteering is a responsibility that these recipients have embraced wholeheartedly and for that we are extremely grateful,” said Board Chairman, O’Daniel. Executive…

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