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See What God Sees And do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Romans 12:2 Learning to see what God sees is a powerful key in right believing. It involves replacing your wrong beliefs with right beliefs based on God’s Word. When Jesus saw the man with the withered hand, He didn’t just see the withered hand, He saw that there was more than enough grace for that hand to be made completely whole. Jesus said to the man, “Stretch out your hand!” The man did as told, and his hand was completely restored and made as whole as his other hand (see Mark 3:1–5). Now, you don’t say “stretch out your hand” to someone whose hand is obviously shriveled and disabled unless you see differently. Jesus sees differently from you and me. That’s why we need to go back to God’s Word and learn to see what He sees. When Jesus sees a disease, a lack, or someone trapped in fear, guilt, addiction, and sin, He doesn’t just see the problem. He sees God’s healing, grace, and power superabounding in that area of weakness. You too can change what you believe by seeing beyond what your natural eyes see. Press in to see what God sees. In your very area of lack, struggle, or challenge, see His superabounding grace all around your current situation. Jesus says to you today, “My grace is sufficient for you, for My strength is made perfect in weakness” (2 Cor. 12:9). Give all your weaknesses, failings, and mistakes to the Lord Jesus and see Him transform your weaknesses into strengths. What you believe is powerful, so are you going by what you see or what God sees? You may not be able to stop negative thoughts from passing through your mind or unhealthy emotions such as fear gripping your heart, but you can definitely anchor your thoughts and emotions on the unshakable Word of God. You can certainly ensure that you believe right regarding what God says about you in His Word, which contains His precious promises to you. The more you learn and believe right about His love and what His Word says about your situation and your life, the more your thoughts will line up with His thoughts about you. You’ll begin to develop thoughts of peace and not of evil, thoughts of hope and a bright future (see Jer. 29:11). And you’ll be transformed!
Go Deeper – Leave the Shallow End As we move on to I Thessalonians Chapter 4 – Paul is asking and urging or beseeching or pleading – and whenever Paul speaks like this he normally has something significantly important to say. He had taught these believers in Jesus how to walk with God, and how to live for God, in that brief spell he had with those who came to faith in Jesus Christ – and now he is asking them to go further. He wants them to walk with God – to make progress – to have movement forward towards a goal. He had instructed these disciples of Jesus how to live and walk in a way that would please God - now he is encouraging them to go deeper and leave ‘the shallow end’. Our lives should be becoming more and more in tune with the Will of God. It must never be – what I want to do – but what His will for me is. Paul’s feet were firmly planted on spiritual ground. You are doing fine. Now go further – walk and serve with purpose and make your life count for God. Verse 2 – You know what we taught you – you know the instructions or commandments we passed on to you. What he had received from Jesus Christ he passed on and taught and shared. Verse 3 – These spoke of the will of God – and he is returning to this theme of being holy. If a man wants to know something of God’s will, and something more of God’s will, this is how to discover what God’s will is for your life. The commandments will guide you in the Will of God and they will help you to become holy and enable you to become holy. Paul is always looking for growth and development in individuals and in fellowships – and throughout the whole Church of Jesus Christ. Continue to grow. Continue to make steady progress. Walk humbly but confidently, in uncertain times. Our conscience is never enough. We need something more. We need the Word of God. Man has always needed this Word. Jesus made that so clear too. Discipleship and holiness are not optional extras. Paul was never satisfied with converts. He sought to make disciples. He points them to high moral standards and values. His desire is to produce disciples with character. The ambitions and desires of society can colour our thinking and cause us to compromise. We need the Word of God to live straight. The task of the Church of Jesus Christ is to line people up with God’s Word. Avoid – or abstain from – sexual impurity and immorality. The word means - ‘make a clear break’ from that way of living. Paul is teaching us about walking in innocence and purity – this is not thought much of by the world in these current times God is more interested in your character than your career – more interested in your progress than your popularity. “Loving Father – we see in the Scriptures that there is always so much more – show me where You wish me to serve – and how You want me to serve. As I feed upon Your Word day by day – as I read the Bible – speak with me – speak to me – through the sacred page – and open me more and more to the wonders of Your grace and love and blessing – through Jesus. Amen” (This week's "Word from Scotland" - previous articles may be found at Studylight.org and liveasif.org in the 'Archives' - warmest greetings, in Christ Jesus.)
JE SUIS AMBASSADEUR DE Jésus du ministère international de la voie saints des prisons à Dschang. Dieu a mis dans mon coeur la passion des prisonniers et des démunis. Ambassadeur de Jesus
Friends,kindly extend your support by providing us with cash transfer to buy food and medical items for four hundrend prisoners from sierra leone,west afriFriends,kindly extend your support by providing us with cash transfer to buy food and medical items for four hundrend prisoners from sierra leone,west africa.
If anyone feels that they could inspire my little brother that’s in jail, and be a Godly influence to him. He really needs some penpals and could really use some encouragement and Godly correspondence and hope. Let me know and I’ll give you his info if you wanna write him a letter. If God puts on your heart to write him. But above all that, please pray for him. His name is John. I love him and he has a really good heart, we’ve just been through a lot of stuff in our life and he made mistakes. I was naked, and you gave me clothing. I was sick, and you cared for me. I was in prison, and you visited me. Matthew 25:36
“Lead Me throughout This Coming Year” We have been reading the opening words of Psalm 90 – a prayer of Moses, the man of God. Do you wish to be a man of God – a woman of God? What are your hopes and prayers and longings for this New Year? Might that be one of them? I learned recently how ‘God’s man’ and a ‘Man of God’ are not necessarily the same thing. As we come before our Creator God, and our loving Saviour, Jesus Christ, what is uppermost in our hearts and minds? When God created man He made us perfect and placed us in a perfect garden – or parkland. I have put you in there to enjoy it - do not spoil it - do not ruin the world I created. Have you ever seen someone's garden which has been ruined by mindless vandals? That happened to God's perfect garden. There are no secrets hidden from God – all you do - all you say - the way we treat people - all that is seen by God, and known to God. Our sins are seen by God - even when we think HE may not be looking. You can decide you are going to give yourself to seeking wisdom - the Bible will enable you to become wise. Let God’s wisdom consume you – and saturate you – and be bathed in the wisdom of God - and people will be amazed when you are called upon to make some vital decision. Perhaps, when they are in some difficulty they may approach you for help - because they know you to be someone who is wise - and you are wise with the wisdom of God. That does not just appear overnight. We have to work at it - and God does not share His secrets with lazy people. Study the Word of God - and become WISE. That can be one goal for these coming weeks and months. Do make sure you are in the Word of God every day – read part of the Bible every day. I keep hearing of some Christians who do not do this. Remember that old poster – that old ‘Wayside Pulpit - “Seven days without the Word makes one weak”. How do you handle time? Many people find they have problems handling money - but even more people find it hard to handle time. Use your time - do not waste it. Verse 10 – This decision was made following Creation when man had fallen and sinned. This is not an aspect of truth which is readily accepted and acceptable – how strange. Some may be totally unaware of it – and will be, if it is not taught in places of worship. I will give them 70 - or 80 years - if they have the strength? The cause of death is SIN. Moses, the man of God has faced up to that. What would you say would fulfil and satisfy you when you reached the end of your life? A happy and useful life! Moses could have said that – but Moses realised that he could have neither without God. Verse 11 – Moses asks the question. Who considers the anger of God? Moses mentions various vital areas in the opening words of Psalm 90 – do check them out. Verse 12 – Teach us – to value our days – we need wisdom. We need YOU to put us in your school in Your classroom. The final section of the Psalm is how to live a happy and useful life. Man wants to be free to live as he chooses! People think God is going to limit us and restrict us - No. Teach us to number or value our days. We need to be taught that. Moses prays for wisdom from GOD. People are talking about making medical advances - and living longer and longer - as if there was no SIN. God has said – God has spoken – God has set the limits - and these cannot be changed. Moses knew there were pleasures and enjoyments away from God. We so need God - and Moses prays that. Have compassion. Be merciful. In verses 13 to 17 – We read of God’s Mercy – RELENT - come back and show us your mercy – remove from us Your Hand of Judgment. Verse 14 – Satisfy us in the morning - and we can be glad all our days. What an offer - our God can satisfy us as no-one else can. Moses would recall how the manna fell in the morning - and nourished the people during that day. Teach us to number our days. Verse 14 – Moses prays for - satisfaction in God. God, bring a new day – let this chapter in our lives come to an end and start a new fresh chapter! As a people – Help us to sing again. Verse 16 – Work in us O God – let the people experience Your favour and Your mercy and Your grace. Verse 17 – Moses prays for transformation by God – put Your hand upon our hand. The wisdom of God is so different from worldly wisdom, and pleasures and riches. The Psalms are not only rich for meditation - but so relevant for our every day living, as disciples of Jesus. In these closing words there is this sense of usefulness – of lasting usefulness – of leading a positive and practical life. We all want to do something worthwhile. We want to do something that will last. People scratch their name on a tree or a piece of stone somewhere - they want their name to last. Before you can do anything useful - you have to be usable. Grace first - His favour first - then He can make what we do useful and valuable. Moses prays for grace – for the favour of God - and he prays that God would show us what He wants us to do. We do not have all the answers – this is where we need humility. God has so much to give us - and when HE gives, HE is so generous. Jesus comes offering us abundant life - life to the full. The Christian Life is NOT something dull and dreary and restricting and limiting - No, it is the very opposite. Ask Jesus to show you what HE wants you to do - with your life - with your talents and abilities and gifts. Yes - make your life count for God - and remember people are watching how you live - and listening to the things you say. Your testimony can be at stake, when you may not realise it. This Psalm, like life, is solemn and serious - though saturated and laced with encouragement and joy and love, and the grace of Jesus Christ. “Loving gracious heavenly Father – I pray about these days and weeks that lie ahead – as I read Your Holy Word, guide me and lead me – help me to find anew, light and direction and wisdom, as I read the Scriptures – put Your Hand upon mine – put Your hand in mine – and take me onward, step by step – in Jesus name I pray. Amen.” (This week's "Word from Scotland" - previous articles may be found at Studylight.org and liveasif.org in the 'Archives' - warmest greetings for 2020, in Christ Jesus.)

We help restore justice and healing to families and communities in response to crime. Prison Fellowship International is a global association of 120 national affiliates, working with the assistance of over 45,000 volunteers, to promote human dignity and the transformation of prisoners.

Prison Fellowship International is the world's largest and most extensive criminal justice ministry.

Mission: The mission of Prison Fellowship International is to proclaim and demonstrate God's love by reaching out to prisoners, ex-prisoners, their families, victims and the community. PFI is a ministry of transformation and reconciliation. The heart of Jesus' teaching is love and forgiveness - living in peace with God and with one another, even those who offend us.

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A viagem (The Prisoner's Journey) Prison Fellowship Brazil

Prison Fellowship Brazil created this beautiful video to promote The Prisoner's Journey (A viagem) and show how it is impacting lives in Brazil ❤️ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NFcREuhlaQQ&feature=youtu.be

For more than 40 years, Prison Fellowship International has built programs in prisons around the world that are restoring prisoners’ lives, helping their families, and successfully integrating them back into the community—for good.

It starts with people like you. You give us the ability to accelerate a global movement among our more than one hundred partner prison ministries around the world. We thank you for helping us speak up on behalf of some of the world's most marginalized and vulnerable people. ❤️

Yesterday we received this photo and story from Florence, a former prisoner and mother to two wonderful children. I hope that you will take the time to read and that it touches your heart like it touched ours.

“My name is Florence; I am a mother of two beautiful girls, Ketty and Chisenga. I was sentenced to three years sentence in prison with hard labour.

Life became hard for my children, even to the extent of them stopping school because no one was helping them to pay for their school fees. When I heard the news of my children stopping school, I was so annoyed with myself because I was the one who had been providing for them. But now I couldn’t.

The team from PF Zambia came to Prison to inform the inmates about the Children of Prisoners Program. I was among those who registered their children. Since 2018, they have received school materials, had school fees paid for them, received food supplements, and been visited at home and school to see their wellbeing and performance.

I have seen the hand of God in my life. I saw it while in prison, because that is a place where I got saved and came to know the Lord Jesus as my Lord and personal Saviour. Volunteers from Prison Fellowship Zambia, help prisoners in a lot of ways. After hearing the word of God, I was among those who gave their lives to Jesus Christ. That very day was the beginning of my transformation. Later on I decided to join those who were doing The Prisoner’s Journey. I was trained and graduated with a certificate. Thereafter I also did the Sycamore Tree Project, glory be to God. The greatest desire of my heart now is the Bible.

I am very grateful to God and to Prison Fellowship for their life saving programs that they came to our aid and to the support of my children. I have carried on doing a skill in tailoring in prison despite being discharged from prison on presidential amnesty in May. PF Zambia is indeed doing amazing things in the lives of inmates and the children of inmates.”

The Juvenile Restorative Justice program of Prison Fellowship Colombia was created in 2019 with the goal of positively impacting society through teaching restorative processes and principles to Colombian youth.

Congratulations to Laura Cano Ruiz, Executive Director of Prison Fellowship Mexico, as she recently completed her master's degree in Restorative Justice Conflict Resolution! 🎉

We are proud to partner with Biblica, the International Bible Society, to introduce the transformative power of God’s Word to 40,000 children who have an incarcerated parent. Under the agreement, Biblica will provide age-appropriate Scripture resources for children and caregivers which will then be distributed through our Children of Prisoners Program. http://ow.ly/ELTu50BQoBE

We received this beautiful message from one of our sponsors who sponsors the child of a prisoner. It made our hearts happy and we hope it brings some joy to you as well! We are so grateful to all of the caring sponsors who make our work possible. To learn more about our sponsorship program, visit https://pfi.org/what-we-do/rescuing-children/ ❤️

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Sarah supports Prison Fellowship Scotland

Prison Fellowship Scotland volunteer, Sarah, is so passionate about transforming the lives of prisoners that she walked 150 miles to raise funds for their programs https://ccdconnect.church/2020/10/03/sarah-supports-prison-fellowship-scotland/

ccdconnect.church Sarah chats to us about how she has been helped and supported by Prison Fellowship Scotland. She goes on to tell us about her plans to raise money for this fantastic charity by doing a lot of walki…

Prison Fellowship International (PFI) and Biblica, the International Bible Society, recently announced a strategic partnership to introduce the transformative power of God’s Word to 40,000 children who have an incarcerated parent. The partnership is part of a new PFI program in which children of prisoners are connected with a local church-based volunteer who will mentor each child throughout the year. Check out this article for more: http://ow.ly/Q4Dy50BQow0

Peace is one of the primary values of restorative justice. Sycamore Tree Project: Justice and Peace focuses on forgiveness, whether it is self-forgiveness or forgiving another, with both victims and offenders in order to facilitate peace. Learn more at pfi.org

Prison Fellowship International (PFI) and Biblica, the International Bible Society, recently announced a strategic partnership to introduce the transformative power of God’s Word to 40,000 children who have an incarcerated parent. The partnership is part of a new PFI program in which children of prisoners are connected with a local church-based volunteer who will mentor each child throughout the year. Check out this article for more: http://ow.ly/SeYz50BQov0

Join us in praying for the recent graduates of The Prisoner's Journey in Papua New Guinea, that they would continue their walk with the Lord and that their lives would be transformed through the love of Christ 🙏💛

Restorative justice doesn't exist in a criminal justice vacuum, its values of peace, respect, solidarity, and responsibility have a place in all areas of society. To learn more about restorative justice, visit restorativejustice.org

Prison Fellowship Venezuela is continuing to hold COVID-19 prevention trainings and providing the families of prisoners with hygienic materials to help them stay safe and healthy.

When prisoners are cut off from society and kept in an environment that breeds hostility and violence, it's unsurprising that they continue to exhibit aggressive behavior. We believe in change. In addition to running programs that work to restore prisoners, many national ministries have programs where volunteers can write letters of hope and encouragement. The simple act of showing a prisoner that they haven't been forgotten can be life changing.

Our Children of Prisoners Program provides children with one or both parents in prison, who often fall between the cracks of what other child-focused programs provide, with care in their specific areas of need. We are uniquely equipped to meet these needs through our 40 years of serving and caring for children of prisoners worldwide. We pair each child in our program with a dedicated caseworker, and ensure they receive support in these four essential areas: Safety, Health, Education, and Spiritual Care. To learn more about what you can do to help these children, visit https://pfi.org/what-we-do/rescuing-children/

Prison Fellowship Rwanda recently held a graduation ceremony for prisoners who had completed The Prisoner's Journey. Each was gifted with a Bible in their heart language and given a certificate. They will now be invited to continue their walk with Christ in other programs that are offered by PF Rwanda ❤️

A key part of restorative justice is having the various parties affected by crime encounter one another. Restorative justice processes are more inclusive than the traditional criminal justice processes. They actively invite all affected parties--victims, offenders, and community members--to participate in resolving the crime. The Sycamore Tree Project - Justice and Peace includes victims in two of the sessions to encourage healing, reconciliation, and understanding.

PFI's overarching vision is to break the cycle of crime and restore lives, worldwide, through Jesus’ love. We believe in the restorative power of grace and hope. God has not forgotten those affected by crime and neither will we. Find out more about how we serve prisoners, their families, and victims at pfi.org.

The Juvenile Restorative Justice program of Prison Fellowship Colombia was created in 2019 and since then it has been growing and positively impacting society through restorative processes, leading to social transformation.

It has been a year since the pilot programs of Prison Project Philip were launched! Prison Project Philip is offered through PFI's partnership with Bible League International (BLI). The heart of BLI's global strategy is Project Philip, a program that trains local church members in evangelism and discipleship. Inspired by the story of Philip and the Ethiopian and Act 8, Project Philip focuses on making the Gospel comprehensible to all who read it. In 2019, Project Philip was adapted for use inside of prisons as a continued discipleship program for graduates of The Prisoner's Journey®.
📷: Prison Project Philip volunteer training in Chile - Sept 2019
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Today, we would like to give a shout out to our staff and thousands of volunteers who reach out to prisoners, victims, and their families to show them support, grace, and love in 116 countries. From delivering food, to writing letters, to leading courses, they put their heart and soul into what they do and we are grateful ❤️ 📷: Prison Fellowship Colombia

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A Father's Story

We ask you to take a couple of minutes to watch this powerful video. This father was in prison, but he joined The Prisoner's Journey and his heart and life changed. After graduating from TPJ, he continued his journey of transformation in Sycamore Tree Project and Public Reading of Scripture. His children were enrolled in the Children of Prisoners Program and they were cared for until his release. Now he participates in a farming program offered by Prison Fellowship Zambia and he is able to support his family. A special thanks to PF Zambia for helping us receive this encouraging story and for everything that they do to change and restore the lives of prisoners by showing them the love of Christ ❤️ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4_XaQNJz41E&feature=youtu.be

The story of a man whose life was forever changed when he learned about the power of Jesus's love through The Prisoner's Journey.

Many people who have been victimized by crime feel like they don't have a voice. They are often neglected by the state unless their testimony is needed for the criminal proceedings and they may be denied the right to give a victim impact statement. One of the goals of the Sycamore Tree Project: Justice and Peace is to give a voice to victims. They join offenders for two of the 8 sessions in order to share their stories and give a face and voice to the impact of crime.

Prison Fellowship Rwanda worked with other organizations to put together socially distanced events to celebrate International Day of Peace in refugee camps and cities across the country. The theme for this year was "Shaping Peace Together".

Jesus was a prisoner. And like many prisoners around the world, he was jailed unjustly. Around the world, men and women live in prisons because of their political opinions, religious beliefs, or because they have been wrongfully accused. Even those who committed a crime can often be in prison for much longer than the maximum sentence because of backlogged court systems. We believe all people have value, deserve mercy, and are loved equally by God—even the most outcast. It can be easy to dismiss the idea of reaching out to prisoners, to just call them bad people, but even if someone has committed a crime, are these not the people that need to hear about Christ? We believe that the love of God can change hearts and lives - we've seen it. For more than 40 years, PFI has built programs in prisons around the world that are restoring prisoners’ lives, helping their families, and successfully integrating them back into the community—for good. Help us break the cycle of crime. Join us in praying for prisoners today.

“I had no idea where I was going to get money to buy food to feed my children. I couldn’t have done it without you," said the mother of a child in the CPP Zimbabwe program. The COVID-19 pandemic significantly exacerbated the difficult circumstances that families of prisoners were already facing. The Zimbabwean government mandated that only essential workers could work, resulting in many of the children’s caregivers to be unemployed. With one parent in prison and the other unable to work, many of the children were subsisting on one meal a day, if that. In response, CPP Prison Fellowship Zimbabwe staff distributed food to families in the program. When the children's caregivers came to collect and pack the food and wave goodbye, they couldn’t keep back their smiles and tears of joy. To find out more about how we are caring for the families of prisoners, visit pfi.org.

We hope your day is as awesome as this picture of Chaplain Gabriel making friends with a wild zebra!

Chaplain Gabriel is the new prison chaplain for the Kansenshi Correctional Facility, but he is not new to the works of Prison Fellowship Zambia. Gabriel has been a supporter and
volunteer with Prison Fellowship Zambia’s other programs, including Sycamore Tree Project: Justice and Peace, and he is currently training new STP facilitators at the Mwembeshi Correctional Facility.

Matías’s mother wanted a better life for him. However, her misguided effort to provide for her son resulted in her being detained at an airport and separated from her son. They’ve been separate ever since. Matías lives with his grandmother, but growing up without his mother wasn’t easy. His grandmother knew the struggles that he faced and tried to give him the best care and encouragement she could. When she found out about the Children of Prisoners Program, she enrolled him. When he first joined the program, Matías hardly spoke to anyone. Little by little, and by providing Matías with psychological support, the program staff were able to get closer to him and visit him. Matías began to take an interest in his toys, with a special attention to dinosaurs and cars. He interacted better with others because of the love and care he was receiving. Through program support, Matías has flourished. He is now 9 years old. He studies, talks more, plays, and shares with others. Matías is just one of many children who, from a young age, experience the loneliness of having an incarcerated parent. Through the Children of Prisoners Program, Matías and other children are visited regularly, encouraged, taught the Word of God, provided with food, and shown the love of Jesus. ❤️

Prison Fellowship Nigeria is working to reduce the stigma of being formerly incarcerated through their Yellow Ribbon Project. They recently paid a visit to the Controller of Corrections, Kano State command, Suleiman T. Suleiman to discuss the matter.

Prisoners around the world are cut off from society and left alone to cope with their feelings of hopelessness and despair. The Prisoner’s Journey® is proven to transform the lives of prisoners, from the inside out, by introducing them to restorative relationship with the person of Jesus. Prisoners are invited to join the 8 week course and, if they choose to join, they are guided through the weekly lessons in groups of 10 - 12. Upon completion of the course, there is a graduation ceremony where each participant receives a certificate and a Bible in their native language. They are then invited to enroll in a discipleship course to develop a deeper knowledge of the Bible, theological topics, and how to continue their journey with Jesus. To date, almost 350,000 prisoners have completed TPJ, Valentin is one of them. To find out more, visit https://pfi.org/what-we-do/spreading-the-gospel/!

Tens of millions of prisoners around the world are locked away and forgotten. Cut off from society, they reside in a culture that does not rehabilitate and is pervaded by the threat of violence. To survive, they learn to protect themselves through the same means that got them into prison, perpetuating a culture of violence and retaliation. So, it’s not surprising that 75% of these men and women will reoffend within 5 years of their release—and the cycle continues. We seek to break this cycle by reaching out to prisoners and their families. By providing restorative programs, family assistance, spiritual care, skills training, and education, our national ministries are bringing hope and helping prisoners change their lives for good.

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Prison Fellowship International is the world's largest and most extensive criminal justice ministry. We help to restore justice and healing in response to crime for all those impacted: prisoners and their children and families, victims of crime, and communities. We do this through humanitarian outreach and Bible-based programming both inside and outside of prisons. To learn more, visit pfi.org.

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