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The Saints Prison Ministry

P.O. Box 681 • Moorestown, NJ 08057 • United States • 609-845-3197http://www.saintsprisonministry.org

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Mission and Vision

Mission Statement

To present the Gospel of Jesus Christ to prisoners through athletics, and to mentor them towards spiritual maturity and a successful transition into family/community

Vision Statement

Our vision is to be a national and international ministry dedicated to making a lasting change in the lives of individuals, their families, and communities through the Gospel of Jesus Christ

Core Values

  • To honor God both individually and corporately
  • To minister with passion and Biblical conviction
  • To prudently and effectively carry out our mission
  • To serve with love, compassion, humility, and integrity
  • To pray and evangelize with urgency
  • To cultivate Spirit-led leadership
  • To honor our volunteers, prayer partners and financial supporters as valued stakeholders in our ministry
  • To trust God to fulfill our ministry’s potential
  • To convey God’s hope and celebrate what He is doing in the lives of individuals
  • To maintain a God-focused perspective
  • To come alongside the local church body
  • To be responsible stewards of God’s resources
  • To faithfully meet Departments of Corrections and other external commitments

Our Purpose

We are a unique prison ministry that reaches inmates with the Gospel of Jesus Christ through athletics. Statistics show that the vast majority of prisoners will not attend a traditional religious program such as a chapel service or Bible study. However, inmates will gladly attend sporting events at which a gospel message is shared.

Most of the men and women that we encounter behind bars have hurting hearts and are desperate to experience Christ’s love and forgiveness. Many of them have been disowned by their families and forsaken by their friends.

Please join us as we use “the universal language” of sports to win inmates for Jesus Christ.

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