The Women Of Block 12: Voices From A Jail Ministry by Linda Pischke


Organizations that serve offenders and their families:

Bible Believers Fellowship, Inc.

A non-denominational Christian Prison Ministry that provides literature to prison chaplains, and counseling and encouragement to inmates.

http://www.prisonministry.org

Christian Association for Prison Aftercare

A national resource for non-profit organizations and churches that serve prisoners. http://www.capaassociation.org 


Good News Jail and Prison Ministry

Provides missionary chaplains, visitation, Bible correspondence courses, and small group studies to jails and prisons on five continents.

http://www.goodnewsjail.org


Kairos Prison Ministry International, Inc.

Volunteers from many Christian denominations minister to incarcerated individuals, their families, and those who work with them.

http://kairosprisonministry.org


Letters For The Lord Prison Ministry

A letter ministry to inmates and their family members around the country. Offers new life in Jesus Christ and Christian friendship and support.

http://prisonministry.net/Letters


Prison Fellowship

A nation-wide organization that partners with local churches to minister to inmates and their families both during and after incarceration.

http://www.prisonfellowship.org


Restorative Justice Ministries Network of America
Interdenominational criminal justice ministry that reflects Biblical concepts rather than retributive models of justice.
http://www.rjmn.net

Write A Prisoner.com
This organization approaches the problem of recidivism through positive relationships between inmates and free citizens. A resource of current information on prison-related issues.
http://www.writeaprisoner.com