“…but when the fullness of the time was come, God sent forth His Son, made of a woman, made under the law, to redeem them that were under the law, that we might receive the adoption of sons.” (Galatians 4:4&5)
Below is our December Newsletter.
As we look back over 2019, we can again give thanks to God for His goodness throughout another year. Opportunities have continued to share the Gospel in different prisons through services each Sunday and mid-week Bible studies and courses. We have also been able to have one to one conversations with many prisoners and a number have continued to benefit from receiving letters from our volunteers.
From seeing one man wiping away tears saying, “I can see it now!” after hearing about the cross at a Bible study, to another saying he knew he had come to prison to find Christ, we praise God that we have seen many evidences of the Lord being at work in the hearts and lives of prisoners. The faithful prayers of so many of our supporters play such a vital part in this. Those involved in the work are often conscious of being upheld and we regularly give thanks for those who pray for us in our staff Skype meetings.
The Christmas period is a time when prisoners particularly feel their separation from their families. Please pray that as our staff and volunteers run services and Bible studies during this season and share the message of Christ’s birth and its place in God’s plan of salvation, many would be brought into His family.
Thank you for your support throughout 2019.