Who We Are
We believe that no life is beyond the reach of God’s power, and we envision a future in which countless prisoners, ex-prisoners, and their families, are redeemed, restored, and reconciled through the love and truth of Jesus Christ.
To that end, we seek to partner with and equip local churches and thousands of trained volunteers to spread the Gospel and nurture disciples behind prison walls, so that men and women become new creations in Christ – not repeat offenders.
Ministering to the incarcerated and their families can sometimes feel like visiting a foreign culture. Whether you are new to prison ministry, or you’re a veteran looking for new perspectives, explore our resources to help you understand the complexities of incarceration – and how it intersects with justice, family relationships, employment, justice, with lots of Prayer and Bible Studies.
Types Of Activity
The ministry's primary focus is to equip individuals in the ministry and provide practical avenues to ex-offenders for re-entering society. In addition to on-site ministry, support groups conducted at The Potter's House afford men and women offenders a place to restructure their identity.
Nationally, 70% of men released from prison will return. However, through biblically-based programming, aftercare/re-entry services and the involvement of committed volunteers, Men of Valor’s success rate beats both national and statewide statistics. In fact, Men who complete I Six month Aftercare/Re-entry program, the recidivism rate is below 15%.
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About Our Prison Ministry
The purpose of RDW MINISTRIES is to provide spiritually mature, equipped, and motivated Christian chaplains to serve in correctional facilities nationally and internationally. They also meet the spiritual needs of both inmates and staff through ministry that includes evangelism, discipleship, and pastoral attention, while facilitating other religious faiths within the guidelines established by law and the individual correctional facilities and street ministry also.
Forgiven Ministry conducts “One Day with God” camps to bring children inside the prison walls to spend a day of structured activities with their incarcerated parent. The objective is to help bring reconciliation and restoration of relationships, and to help break the cycle of incarceration that often follows from generation to generations.The Families and the Wardens in all cities and states.