Austin’s leading prison ministries have banded together to promote a broad understanding of the prison ministry opportunity. Join us for a day of education and inspiration. Attend this free conference for Church leadership, casting a vision and practical steps for every congregation being in prison ministry.
Thursday October 25, 2018

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Our Purpose

Our purpose is to activate the Church, promote greater unity, motivate leaders and energize members about the exciting benefits of prison and reentry ministry.

Who Should Attend

Senior pastors, associate pastors, men’s/women’s pastors, outreach pastors, discipleship pastors, mission pastors, etc.  and members of your congregations with a heart for prison ministry. Political and prison leadership are also invited.

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Why This Event Will Be Unique

Never before have major prison ministries banded together to promote a broad definition of the prison ministry opportunity. We believe that if church leaders can catch the vision of modern, broadly-defined prison ministry opportunities, they will commit to the ministry in a long-term, sustainable way.

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What We Offer to Attendees

Five different themes, from traditional “inside” prison ministry to reentry to political reforms will be woven together into a powerful day of unity and vision-casting. The event will culminate with a call to action that the entire Body of Christ can pursue.

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Prison Ministry Conference

Get Connected. What’s Your Next Step?

Help us promote greater unity in the Church and increase awareness for prison ministry.

Are you looking for a place to serve?
Check out all the ministries we work with and see which one is a perfect fit for you!

Our goal is a 0% recidivism rate (no returns to prison) throughout Texas.

“…activating the Church, motivating leaders and energizing members about the exciting benefits of prison and reentry ministry”

"...When he saw the crowds, he had compassion on them, because they were harassed and helpless, like sheep without a shepherd..."

"…remember those in prison…"