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EE Prison Ministry

Vision    

Mission   Goal

We provide spiritual guidance and discipleship training in state and federal prisons across the US and abroad.  Our goal is to establish the EE ministry in every prison in the US and ultimately in every nation.  To that end, we are currently training and recruiting a leadership team comprised of church leaders and volunteers from around the world.  These leaders are from various vocations and church backgrounds and provide prison ministry seminars and training to churches local in their area. We currently have leaders in 41 States in America and are adding to our team daily.

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Complete Overview

BIBLICAL BASIS

Therefore, as we have opportunity, let us do good to all people especially to those who belong to the family of believers (Galatians 6:10).

Remember those in prisons as if you were their fellow prisoners and those who are mistreated as if you yourselves were suffering (Hebrews 13:3).

Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I commanded you (Matthew 28:19-20).

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Services Provided

1. Local Church and Other Prison Ministries (2 Timothy 2:2)

To aid the local church and other prison ministries, we have developed a prison ministry "Startup Kit" that contains all the necessary materials and instructions to start a new EE training ministry. This kit is FREE and can be mailed upon request.

Additionally, the local church can register for one of our Share Your Faith workshops.

2. Family Services (Matthew 5:9) (II Cor. 5:18)

These Program Volunteers (PV) minister to the inmate’s family; with intent of bringing reconciliation to broken family relationships that involve the inmate.

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Spiritual Development

1. Titus 2:1 - Introduction to EE Prison Ministries (Titus 2:2; 6-8; 3:1-2)

Inmate

These Program Volunteers (PV) minister by presenting seminars that are geared toward introducing the inmate to EE Prison Ministry and the various services afforded.

PV's are responsible for indoctrinating the inmates; educating them on standards and prerequisites for ministry participation. (Hebrews 10:25a; 12:1-3; 13:17)

These PV's also present discipleship studies that provide spiritual guidance and direction for those participating inmates who are due for release within 90 days.

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EEPM Study - What it is

 Prison EE combines two curriculums that offers three 7-week and one 13 week college accredited study courses encompassing research and discovery of facts contained in the Bible.  These courses equip the student with skills for mentoring others in how to communicate the fundamental truths of the Bible and how they relate to everyday life experiences. The curriculum contains components that prepare the student for re-entry into society and provide a comprehensive application of life skills and relationship building.

     Evangelism Explosion was founded by Dr. D. James Kennedy in 1962.  It was originally created to equip laymen to be effective ministers in the outreach of the local church. This same curriculum continues to be utilized in local churches and ministries in every nation of the world.

     At the completion of the course, the students will be able to further their skills through continued application of the principles learned from the study in their everyday life during their incarceration.  Upon their release, they will be able to effectively participate and/or teach the EE curriculum in the outreach ministry of the local church and other religious institutions.

     Prison EE offers three levels of basic study and various advanced levels, and, qualifies the participants for up to 6 college credit hours at most accredited colleges.

EEPM Study - How it works

FACILITATOR  Local volunteer or chaplain’s inmate assistant; setup and coordinate training using video lectures, audio and visual aids. Class time is 1-1/5 to 2 hours.

STUDY TEAMS  two students working together.

HOMEWORK Each week there are assignments in reading, memory work, and role playing solutions to various life situations encountered in prison and society.

REPORT TIME weekly progress reporting.

PRAYER & DEVOTION weekly study assignments

FINAL CHECKUP  At the completion of each course study, the student will be administered a checkup. When the completed checkup meets EEPM graduation criteria, the student will receive a course completion certificate. Upon request, a college credit certificate will be sent to the desired college institution for approval of up to 6 credit hours.

STUDENT MATERIALS

ALL  MATERIALS  WILL BE PROVIDED FREE OF CHARGE, TO THE INMATE.

THE CHAPLAIN'S ONLY RESPONSIBILITY WILL BE TO PROVIDE A ROOM TO MEET IN,

THE TIME TO MEET AND  THE STUDENTS.

THE EEPM MATERIALS HAVE BEEN ADAPTED TO MEET PRISON  SECURITY  REQUIREMENTS

  • Fresh Start A new style of teaching that crosses generational boundaries.
  • Share Your Faith A Gospel presentation that's easy to learn and hard to forget!
  • Seminars Learn how to strengthen an existing prison ministry or implement an EE Prison Ministry.