Serving in the name of Jesus Christ
Leading Christian prison ministries have banded together to engage with local churches and volunteers to rehabilitate and renew those impacted by crime throughout Texas. Join us for a day focused on how to implement and improve effective prison ministry programs. Attend this free conference to activate the Church and educate members about participation in prison ministry.
Austin, TX - Thursday November 7, 2019
9am-3pm
Austin Ridge Bible Church Bee Cave
9300 Bee Cave Rd, Austin TX 78733
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Speakers

Rob Harrell
Rob Harrell
Pastor, President & Founder, Austin Global Ambassadors (AGA).
Ted Smith
Ted Smith
Regional Director of Ministry, Midwest, World Impact Inc.
James Ackerman
James Ackerman
President & CEO, Prison Fellowship
Jerry Blassingame
Jerry Blassingame
Executive Director of Soteria CDC, Senior Pastor, Soteria Christian Fellowship
Heather Rice-Minus
Heather Rice-Minus
Vice President of Government Affairs and Church Mobilization, Prison Fellowship
Joseph Williams
Joseph Williams
Executive Director CMCA - Correctional Ministries & Chaplains Association
Karen Swanson, Dr.
Karen Swanson, Dr.
Director of the Institute for Prison Ministries (IPM) Billy Graham Center at Wheaton College
Kit Van Arsdale
Kit Van Arsdale
– MASTER OF CEREMONIES Southwest Regional Director Bill Glass Behind the Walls Prison Evangelism Training Ministry
Jim Young
Jim Young
Restorative Justice Coordinator Texas Baptist Men
Don Davis, Dr.
Don Davis, Dr.
Senior Vice President & Executive Director, The Urban Ministry Institute (TUMI)
Travis Gray
Travis Gray
Pastor, The God of Hope Ministries
Matt Thomas
Matt Thomas
Pastor, Founder & Director of Firm Foundations Ministries
Byron R. Johnson, Dr.
Byron R. Johnson, Dr.
Director, Institutes for Studies of Religion, Distinguished Professor of Social Sciences, Baylor University

PRISON MINISTRIES OF TEXAS

PMOT is a voluntary collaboration of independent Christian Prison Ministries with the common desire to rehabilitate and renew those impacted by crime.

Vision:  seamless Christian prison ministry cooperation and interaction engaging with local churches and volunteers to rehabilitate and renew those impacted by crime throughout Texas

Mission: to build and nurture a network of Christian prison ministries to present conferences promoting engagement in prison ministry.

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  and members of your congregations with a heart for prison ministry. Everyone with an interest in serving. 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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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…"