Just as Prisoners of Purpose was revealed and birthed through prayer, we ask that our partakers first join us in the prayer that we stay aligned with God’s word and His will. Please pray for all the men involved in this ministry—that we stay surrendered and obedient to Christ’s purpose. Please pray for our family members. God’s hand of protection and supernatural provisions to our families inoculate our faith and give us a deeper sense of His purpose for our lives. Furthermore, pray that He will reveal to you how your gifts and talents and heart for service might assist this initiative. He will. (Mark 11:24)
W hen Christ shows you the part your gifts, talents and abilities are designed to fulfill the needs of this ministry, receive it as His positioning you for your purpose. We are thoroughly convinced that whatever He needs for His ministry is “in the house” (2 Kings 4:2), i.e., in the hearts of the people whom Christ draws to this work. Perhaps you have skills to help with resume’ building or job placement. Or perhaps, God had given you the gifts of encouragement or exhortation. Or perhaps, your faith body offers ministry in relationship building, substance abuse treatment or a prison ministry that would like to implement the Prisoners of Purpose Re-entry curriculum.
Every night at 9:00, the men of this ministry gather in the camp chapel and share the amazing blessings which Christ has bestowed upon us, our families and others we have lifted up in prayer. We are thoroughly convinced that these blessings result from our response to Christ’s call to pray and to allow Him to build this ministry (Ps. 127:1). Our response opened up windows of blessings that our self-motivated actions of the past could only shut. We humbly ask that you similarly respond to Christ’s promptings to you, as He reveals how you can assist in His building the infrastructure of this “no-walls” ministry. However you are instructed by the Holy Spirit to serve, respond and let us know.
–Stewards of Prisoners of Purpose Ministry