Can I buy some of your materials at the $3 price so I can send them to a family member or friend who is imprisoned?
Do you donate books directly to inmates or to the chaplain’s office so that they can be distributed to inmates?
Does your donation policy extend to prison/jail ministry volunteers?
How do I contact Pure Life Ministries on behalf of the needs of an inmate?
Can a registered sex-offender come to the Pure Life Ministries Live-In Program?
Does Pure Life Ministries place inmates on their mailing list?
Do you have any other questions? We encourage you to fill out the Contact Us form and select “Prison Ministry Inquiry” on the drop-down menu.
No, we have set that price to help inmates who are buying our materials out of their own meager budget.
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We have learned that the best way to reach as many inmates in need as possible is to supply materials to those that work directly with them. By sending a few sample copies to chaplains, the materials can be stocked in the prison or jail library and made available to the entire prison population. Moreover, the chaplain’s office can follow up with personal ministry. Nevertheless, we will also donate as many books as chaplains may need to support a class managed or endorsed by the chaplain’s office.
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We are more than willing to support classes and ministry conducted in prisons and jails by the many volunteers and volunteer organizations the Lord has called to this area of service. We have found, however, that most volunteers work with or through the chaplain’s office. For a number of reasons, we prefer to send materials through the chaplain’s office even when the actual ministry is being done by a volunteer.
Click on one of the Contact Us links on our website. After filling out the required information, select “Prison Ministry Inquiry” on the drop down menu. Write a concise but detailed message/question. Your request will be sent to our Prison Ministry Coordinator and you will be contacted as soon as we are able to process your inquiry.
For a number of reasons, we are not able to accept sex offenders into our Live-In Program. However, we do minister to sex offenders through our Overcomers At-Home Program. In addition, we know of two transitional residential programs which are dedicated to ministering to sex offenders and their families. Contact information is below:
Generally speaking, mailing costs and address verification difficulties preclude us from adding inmates to our regular mailing list. However, inmates can be placed on the list to receive our monthly eNews if they have an active email address.
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