Prison Ministry

SOC continues to Change Lives at Angola State Penitentiary

The Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola is a maximum-security prison farm. It is operated by the Louisiana Department of Public Safety & Corrections. It is the largest maximum-security prison in the United States with 6,300 prisoners and 1,800 staff, including corrections officers, janitors, maintenance, and wardens. It is located on an 18,000-acre property that was…

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Prison Report

We are seeing a great revival come to the prisons through the School of Christ Correspondence Course. The School of Christ is sent free to all who are currently in prison. If you know of someone who would like to receive the SOC material send us their mailing information. Here are two testimonies we received…

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Rikers Prison Report by Pete Spackman

Since February the School of Christ has been going to Rikers Island—New York City’s main jail complex. There are nine different prisons on the island, but we have concentrated on one, the Otis Bantum Correctional Center. It is by far the worst prison on Rikers Island. It is not like any prison I have been…

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Prison Report by Pete Spackman

I first visited Crossroads Correctional Facility in Shelby, MT eight years ago, preaching and introducing the School of Christ for the first time. The Chaplain that was serving at that time has since retired, but the new Chaplain, Jamie Stiffler, still has volunteers in once a week to conduct the School. We held services at…

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Prison Report by Pete Spackman

It has been twenty-one years this month since I teamed up with Pastor Clendennen to take the message of the cross to the prisons of this world. What an awesome privilege it has been, and continues to be! We started in Russia, then South America, Africa, Europe, and now for the last ten years we…

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Prison Report by Pete Spackman

In 2004 I received a phone call from an inmate who had been through the School of Christ in Alabama but had been transferred to a private prison in Mississippi. He wanted to know if I could bring the SOC to    Mississippi as well. I called the Warden, James Cook, who I had known from…

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Bay Correctional Facility Faith Based Graduation by Dorothy Hilton

On Friday, March 15, 2013, CCA/BCF held Graduation for the School of Christ honoring thirty-two graduates who finished the School of Christ classes in the past six months. This Graduation was Family Night and several of the  graduates had family members attend the celebration and share the dinner. The Visitation Park was arranged for family…

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