Who We Are
Bob came to the ministry late in his career after a lifetime as a counselor serving children and families. His last position before retiring was as a counselor in a large maximum security prison where he became interested in the spiritual welfare of the inmates.
Bob recently relocated from Mexico to Texas where he is establishing a prison chaplaincy in the local jails and State prison system.
Chaplain Bob's working motto is "guidance without guilt". Bob believes that chaplains need to accept people as they are and minister to everyone, regardless of their faith (or lack thereof).
As well as the general population, Chaplain Bob has a special interest in working with incarcerated veterans.
Types Of Activity
Prayer groups, preparation for release, family reunification, and assisting veterans in obtaining benefits when they are released.
The County of Victoria and neighboring Counties in Texas
About Our Prison Ministry
Our ministry does not accept public funds and it does not recognize the right of any government to oversee, tax, or regulate any of it's activities.
That Chaplain Bob receive the necessary clearances to be able to enter and work the State prisons in Texas.