Who We Are
This ministry prides itself in carrying a message of "hope" and the love of Jesus Christ to individuals who are suffering from the disease of addiction and or struggling with the transition of incarceration to their home communities.
Our vision is to share the love of Christ by giving a message of hope. We offer support through mentoring for those who seek help with becoming self-sufficient.
Types Of Activity
Support groups, individual and group mentoring, training for churches and organization seeking to understand how to support those who have addictions or addiction-related issues, motivational speaking at prisons or halfway houses.
We are currently speaking regularly at Lebanon County Prison, Dauphin County and facilitate the Successful Ex-Offenders Support Group.
About Our Prison Ministry
Marsha Banks, the founder has over 10 yrs of experience in Drug & Alcohol, 18 yrs clean, she earned her Bachelors Degree in Counseling at LVC, and her Masters in Human Services from Capella University. She has a dynamic personal testimony that empowers individuals to stay focused on recovery..
We ask for prayer and direction as God's vision is revealed through this ministry. We pray for financial support from individuals and churches who support the ministry of recovery and for re-entry services for those coming out of prison. Pray for each individual that seeks to be saved that they may find rest in the Lord.