Attention all Hope for All In Jesus Prison Outreach Volunteers

Prisons are now allowing volunteers in with restrictions. Virus testing is performed before the services, masks must be worn and social distancing maintained. If you have a Vaccine Card, you can skip the virus testing.


Please consider becoming a volunteer. As the prisons continue to open up more, we will need certified volunteers that can pray, preach, and sing.

We ask that you spread the word that we are in need of volunteers in your churches and when talking to friends, relatives, and acquaintances.

Becoming certified is not a difficult process that Chaplain Shelia will walk you through.

Please call or write to Chaplain Shelia to let her know that you are ready to volunteer to go into the prisons: [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

Dear Servants and Saints of God,

October 2021

Dan Groves, for Shelia Johnson: Our dear sister has an oversize load of tasks at this time and has asked me to write up the greeting for this month, the end of which people all over this nation will celebrate everything from Halloween, (which I don’t care to comment on), to All Saints Day, including Harvest celebrations. Most of these celebrations are conducted in Churches, Municipal Buildings, Schools, etc. for the sake of the safety of our children since certain Halloween celebrations are dangerous for the innocent.

All Saints Day as celebrated by the Roman Catholic, and some Protestant Churches is a remembering of saints of old and saints of the present who have given their lives to serving God’s Kingdom and God’s purpose. And as such, I would like to honor the many saints who continue in dedication to doing good for the relief of the poor and the suffering, and the saints who daily spend time and resources in obedience to the call of our Savior, Jesus Christ.

Among those saints we honor this month is:
Evangelist John Wayne Earl, born November 23rd, 1944, and who passed through the veil into the arms of Abraham, September 23rd, 2021. Brother John is survived by his lovely wife, Maxine, (whom you may remember was healed of cancer), his daughter Aaliyah and his son John Jr. Our hearts are knitted with theirs in their grief while we celebrate with them and his pastor, Ms. Bertha Brown and his church family at Pentecostal Church in Jesus Christ, his entry into the eternal rest of Jesus Christ. I like to say of John, he has the gentlest spirit of any person I have ever known.

John was the author of The Breadbox Newsletter, a book, The Adventures of Randy, two music CDs, and a DVD.

John Earl was a highly valued member of the Hope for All in Jesus Prison Outreach and went with teams into the prisons with music and preaching. I’m sure the inmates will also miss him as we do.

Evangelist John Earl is a perfect example of why we go into prisons. While serving back-to-back sentences at Clemens prison, John gave his heart to Jesus and the transformation was glorious. Then, while serving God from within the walls, his sentence was commuted, and John continued to serve the Lord from outside the walls, going into prisons to minister. There are more John Earls behind bars and we aim to reach them with the Good News of Jesus.

 

We also honor Brother Robert Dubois, founder of Hope For All in Jesus Prison Outreach Who parted from this world last year, July 23rd, 2020, and we dearly miss him.

Thanks,

Dan Groves for Shelia Johnson
Chaplain and President

Town of Hope Vision

Our brother, Robert Dubois, went home to his reward with a fire in his heart for this vision. Consider Hebrews 11:13 & 12:1. Let us continue to be counted among the faithful.

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.

we invite you to share in our vision for the Town Of Hope. 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.  We understand that many of those released, have no job or industry experience and their only skills are what landed them in prison.  Town of Hope will offer a way and a chance through Godliness and skills fit for the job market, to turn around their lives and head into a fulfilling and productive direction.

Van Fund


We thank God that we were blessed for a time with a new van. However, with the passing of our founder, Pastor Robert Dubois, it was most expedient to return it to the dealer. Donations made to the Van fund will be used to buy another ministry van to transport volunteers to the prisons.  We are waiting on the Lord and watching for the opportunity to purchase / receive our next van.