African Prison Ministry
In Africa many prisoners go without absolute basics
Sanitary wear, Toilet paper, soap and teeth brushes!
Women prisoners often have babies in the jail with them. There is simply no other provision made.
As part of our outreach and education program
Operation Hope seeks to provide each prisoner with these four basic needs.
It costs a minimum of £350 each time we enter a prison as a result of this commitment
Can you help towards this vital need?
The fruit from this outreach has been phenomenal
We recently received a letter from the Kakamega prison admin dept.
As a result of your ministry, many lives have been changed.
Behaviour has improved to such a degree that sentences are being reviewed.
Some prisoners have seen their sentences reduced from life to 5 years.
Others have been set free.
Even guards are getting personal breakthroughs
On our last visit we were asked to baptise over 150 male prisoners who had radically changed lives because of Jesus
The results are awe inspiring
Will you help us to continue this vital work?
And visit more prisons than ever!
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For details on how to give
Thank you so much for your help!
Credit: Women prisoners Global sisters, Kenya Medical Practitioners, Pharmacists and Dentists Union., The Marivi Post, GhanaWeb,