Attention all Hope for All In Jesus Prison Outreach Volunteers

Please call or write to Chaplain Shelia to let her know that you are ready to go back into the prisons when they have opened up again for ministry. It would encourage her and help her to make the plans needed when it happens. [email protected] 281-467-2410

Christ In You,
The Hope of Glory

Colossians 1:27

Hope for All in Jesus Prison Outreach
Ministering in Prisons and Jails in Texas

We are a God-birthed ministry and we go into many Texas prisons and jails giving hope to the incarcerated (male & female) by preaching God's Word, sharing testimonies, and singing songs of praise & worship to remind them that there is hope for any and all in Christ Jesus.

Hope For All In Jesus Prison Outreach

Pastor Shelia Johnson - President
PO Box 2493
New Caney, TX 77357-2493
(281) 467 2410
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The Hope For All In Jesus Prison Outreach Team

It takes a team to lead, manage, and maintain a ministry with the scope of Hope For All in Jesus Prison Outreach. As we look forward to the exciting day when this pandemic will be behind us and we resume ministering to those incarcerated in the TDCJ, we want you to meet our ministry team.

We invite you to take a moment and visit the Our Team page and learn a bit about those who keep our service to Jesus moving forward as we strive to honor and continue the vision that God gave to our founder, Brother Robert Dubois, and his loving wife, Sister Audrey.

Message From Our Chaplain and President

To our friends and partners,

I pray that everyone has lights and water and that none are suffering from burst water pipes. I also pray that no one has lost a loved one during the freeze. If so, please let us know so we may pray for you and your family.

During the freeze and blackouts, I was reminded that we must fully put our trust in God and Him only. I have taken everything that we have been through and going through as a lesson to lean on, and depend on, God believing that He will bring us through it all.

If anyone because of the freeze needs help, please don’t hesitate to let us know. We may not be able to fix a burst pipe, but we can serve a warm cup of coffee or tea or a hot meal with a smile. I know a few of our members had busted pipes and are getting them repaired.

I wanted to share this article, Inside Frigid Texas Prisons: Broken Toilets, Disgusting Food, Few Blankets, by Keri Blakinger, who was formerly incarcerated and now writes on prison systems for The Marshall Project and various news agencies.

NOTE: We at Hope for All in Jesus Prison Outreach do not necessarily endorse all the statements in the article or assign blame for the conditions highlighted here. We pray for all those involved and affected by these conditions, that those who have the means to make the improvements needed will do so to the best of their ability and by God’s Grace.

Saints we really need to pray.

  • Pray for the wardens, the guards, the inmates, and their families that are going through this trauma.
  • Pray for the prison ministry.
  • Pray that we as volunteers will be able to go in and minister to these souls that they may receive Jesus as their personal Savior.
  • Pray for the ones coming out that they will have a place to call home when they are released such as the Town of Hope.
  • Pray for the Town of Hope which is so very much needed at a time like this.

Please continue to give to the vision of the Town of Hope. We did not make our goal of $30,000.00 in the time allotted but they are working with us as we continue to raise the money needed.

We still have the land that was donated for the Town of Hope, Praise God, so that’s a blessing. We need you and can’t do this alone.

This is a team project, not a one-man project. Everyone is important and essential. You may not be able to give monthly maybe you can give a one-time donation.

However the Lord leads you to give, we appreciate you. I pray that everyone has lights and water and that none are suffering from burst water pipes. I also pray that no one has lost a loved one during the freeze. If so, please let us know so we may pray for you and your family.

Thanks,

From Shelia Johnson
Chaplain and President

Town of Hope Vision

2021 is the year we hope to see our vision for the Town of Hope become a reality. Town of Hope will be a place that will house men and women who have been released from prison with nowhere to go. The Town will meet the needs of individuals by preparing them spiritually and vocationally to reenter life outside of prison.

Projected rendering of what our Town of Hope will look like.

General Fund

We minister in many Texas prisons (TDCJ) and jails, giving hope to the incarcerated (both male & female) by preaching God's Word, sharing testimonies and singing songs of praise & worship to let them know that there is hope for any and all in Christ Jesus.

Town of Hope Fund

Projected rendering of what our Town of Hope will look like.

Share in our Town Of Hope vision. Town of Hope will be a place that will house men and women who have been released from prison with nowhere to go. The Town will meet the needs of individuals by preparing them spiritually and vocationally to reenter life outside of prison.

Van Fund

Photo of the van for ministry teams.

We thank God that we have a new ministry van to transport our teams to the prisons. However, we now have substantial monthly payments to meet and your donation today will help us eliminate this debt and put even more of our resources into the Ranch of Hope vision.