All About Jesus Ministries

AAJM has 3 free tracts available for prison ministries. One is the testimony of Mark Chapman who murdered the former Beatle John Lennon (available in English & Spanish). Another is a short story also written by Mark titled "The Prisoner's Letter." A 3rd tract has portions of Mark's 7th parole board hearing in 2012. All are evangelical and written with inmates in mind and are sent free of charge. Write and tell us how many of each you'd like for your ministry use, or if you want samples.

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Who We Are

AAJM is a free literature distribution ministry of Mark & Gloria Chapman. In December of 1980 Mark murdered the former Beatle John Lennon. Mark recommitted his life to Christ in '82 and wrote his testimony. He also wrote a short story about a man who meets Jesus in prison and a tract based on his 2012 parole board hearing.
In 2012 we also started the Hungry African Prisoners Project to help raise funds to feed prisoners who get very little food in Africa, starting with Kenya.

Our Vision

Our mission statement is "Helping prison ministries and others introduce prisoners to Jesus." Our vision is to have Mark's testimony and short story translated into many different languages so that inmates in countries around the world can read about the life-changing love of Christ. Whether God uses our materials to plant seeds or reap a harvest, our desire is to bring inmates closer to Jesus. It's all about Jesus.

Types Of Activity

Free literature distribution to ministries and inmates. Raising funds to feed hungry prisoners in Africa.

Books we have published

We have 2 tracts written by Mark David Chapman: 1) THE MAN WHO SHOT JOHN LENNON (The Inside Story of Mark David Chapman), and 2) "The Prisoner's Letter," a fictional short story about a man who meets Jesus Christ in prison the night before He was crucified. A 3rd tract about Mark's sharing Jesus at his 7th parole board hearing in 2012 is also available.

About Our Prison Ministry

AAJM is also a member of Coalition of Prison Evangelists (COPE) in Texas.

Support In

Financial help for printing and postage costs; our clerical help; prayer for our current focus on prison ministries in the southern half of the African continent as well as the Hungry African Prisoners Project (HAPP).


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