The Apostle Paul travelled to Jerusalem to communicate his plans for sharing the Gospel with the Gentiles.
He was given the go-ahead by church leaders with a proviso: “They desired only that we should remember the poor, the very thing which I also was eager to do” (Galatians 2:10).
This theme of generosity became a central message in Paul’s ministry. For all the good work Paul was known for, his practical support of impoverished people literally changed lives.
Like the people dependent upon the generosity of others in the early church, Inside Out Prison Chaplaincy relies on support from our people.
This ministry is powered by volunteers who spend hours with incarcerated men and women in prisons across the state. Our chaplains are committed to walking with these people and are making a real difference in their lives.
Their presence is the light and hope of Christ, and the relationships they have established with inmates creates opportunities to share the same gospel message of the Apostle Paul – that Jesus is the Way, Truth, and Life.
We’re prayerfully seeking God for His financial provision to continueto operate in Queensland prisons. As those passionately supporting chaplaincy, please consider financially supporting this wonderful ministry.
Click here to donate to Inside Out Prison Chaplaincy.
– Dan Lyons (Director of Mission)