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Podcast: The true impact of prison ministry

March 24th, 2011 at 2:15 pm

Join Fellowship Hall guest host Ferrell Foster as he visits with Mark Hollis, who leads Texas Baptist Men’s Inmate Discipler Fellowship, about his experience as a prisoner and how God used that experience to transform his life and through his prison ministry, the lives of countless offenders.

Ferrell also visits with Suzii Paynter, director of the Texas Baptist Christian Life Commission, about the importance of professional prison chaplains. She underscores their role as beacons of hope and protectors of religious liberty. Yet, legislators are considering cutting them from the budget, an action that should concern every church.

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