Men's Jail Ministry: Lake County

Ray Goodgine

We aim for radical transformation.  That's because the Bible promises, "If anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; the old has gone, the new has come!"  And we believe that "anyone" includes prisoners.  We've seen the "worst of the worst" make a complete turnaround through the power of Jesus Christ.  Some may scoff, but "with God all things are possible," Jesus declared.

We're committed to the journey.

Radical, lasting change seldom takes place overnight.  More often, it's an accumulation of steps - usually forward, but sometimes back, as we run into difficult terrain and roadblocks along the way.  Our Jail Ministry walks with prisoners through the different stages of their journey.  We start with them inside the jail, as they learn new values based on the life and teaching of Christ and how to apply them.  We continue with them through the critical transition to the outside, helping them through obstacles and daunting temptations.  So even if they stumble, it doesn't mean defeat.

If you would like to take part in this ministry, please contact:

Men's Jail Ministry

Pastor David Gray & Ray Goodgine

Women's Jail Ministry

Kim Goodgine

Women's Jail Ministry: Lake County

Kim Goodgine

Women's Jail  Ministry: Lake County

Nettie Pope

Women's Jail Ministry: Lake County

Betty Jo Shull

Men's Jail Ministry: Dyer County

Pastor David Gray

Women's Jail Ministry: Lake County

Alice Gray