Jesus likens the righteous to those who take care of the hungry, the thirsty, the strangers, the naked, the sick and those in prison. HIS priority is people, and HE has equipped and motivated us to make the wellbeing of our fellow human beings our priority.
We desire for all to find freedom on the inside of their being , not just within their circumstances which is why we have extended our Gospel Outreach and Christian Discipleship Program (CDP) into Prisons.
The program is simple and scalable, beginning with an evangelistic outreach where we are able to share the Gospel of Gods love and freedom with inmates. We then establish a CDP center inside the prison that we resource with videos with 50 hours of bible-based teachings in the local language as well as everything needed to facilitate the program’s sessions like a TV and power generator. We train the prison chaplain to follow out the program with his students until completion that culminates with a graduation ceremony where they are awarded a certificate in front of fellow inmates and family members.
More importantly , through this, hearts are softened and a sense of purpose and dignity restored as souls are set free into His Kingdom.
We are able to collaborate with other people because we all understand that we have one calling -The calling of Jesus Christ. I have a power of discernment to understand whether something is right or wrong. I didn’t previously understand that there are several gifts of the Holy Spirit that can manifest in me and other people. I will also instil in my family, the skills I've learned so that I can bring them up in the right manner.
- Lazarus Munene Mwangi