Disciples Fellowship International

A multifaceted ministry comprised of volunteers ranging from survivors of abuse, former offenders & uneducated laborers to school teachers, attorneys and Bible College Professors, all desiring and participating in ministries of salvation, deliverance and healing. Our ministry is based on Isaiah 61: 1-3...."Proclaiming liberty to the captives."

Isaiah 61:1 - The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because the Lord has anointed me to preach good news to the poor. He has sent me to the brokenhearted, to proclaim freedom for the …

Who We Are

Established in 1981, we are a multi denominational, multiracial and multicultural fellowship of prison ministry volunteers who follow the teachings of Jesus Christ. We are the facilitators of an annual prison ministry conference in W.V. Rev. Williams was the 2002 recipient of the Attorney General's National Citizens Volunteer Award and the Citizen Volunteer Award from the Federal Bureau of Prisons.

Our Vision

Our vision is to reach out to all ethnic groups within the prison system with the gospel of Jesus Christ; to make a difference in the lives and future of prison inmates and their families; to bridge the gap from prison to society through establishing a Christian transition home for released offenders; to establish a Christian home for prisoner's children.

Types Of Activity

We present the gospel through music, song, teaching and preaching of the Word. We network with various churches to meet the various needs of incarcerated and released offenders. We hold annual prison ministry conferences where incarcerated and released offenders are given the opportunity to share their Christian faith and talents. We disciple offenders in their Christian faith and help to launch them into ministry. We oversee volunteer ministries in other states and countries.


We minister in Federal prisons in West Virginia; state prisons, jail and camp facilities in West Virginia and Ohio. Our goal is to minister in prisons globally. Our ministry reaches other states and countries through follow-up ministry, newsletters, etc.

Our magazine (newsletter)

Our 4 page newsletter, "The Jailhouse "Rock" is available quarterly by subscription. The newsletter will be mailed free to prison inmates upon request. You may contact us through our INPM website.

About Our Prison Ministry

My husband and I have recently been appointed as Associate Ministers (Outreach) at the Mullens WV Family Worship Center. Our Pastor is a former Prison Chaplain as well as a certified Substance Abuse and Anger Management Counselor. We have recently began a 12 step addiction class on Wed. nights at 7 pm. The class is called the "Jimmy Johnson" Addiction Program, using the "Serenity" 12 step program which takes students through the 12 steps through the Serenity Bible.

Support In

Pray that we can win multitudes of youth to the Lord. Pray that God will send us great numbers of men, women, children who are enslaved to addictions of ALL kinds so that we can help them and lead them to the only one, JESUS CHRIST, that can set them free for life!!! Continue to pray for out prison and biker outreaches. Pray for the growth of our church family and finances to continue our outreach programs.


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