The year is 1988. Rhonda and I are sitting in church on the last day of a mission’s conference. We know what is coming next as we have attended several previous conferences.
I begin to squirm. The Holy Spirit is all over me. The battle is waging in my head. Doubts are surfacing. The enemy is pulling out all the stops. It’s a full frontal attack. I begin questioning that still small voice. I am wondering whether or not I can actually go through with the action to which Rhonda and I had both agreed.
The explosion of growth in the last several years on Prisoners for Christ’s international front has been astounding! It’s amazing to see the global reach God has granted to this little Washington-based ministry. However, I never want to miss the chance to share with you all the work that goes on right here at home and across our own nation. Continue reading
Bill & Diane Alford are PFC Area Representatives in Arizona where they lead a team serving incarcerated women at the Arizona State Prison in Perryville. More than 300 ladies have accepted Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior since the Alfords started conducting services in October 2010.
Their ministry was recently featured in the West Valley View newspaper. To read the article, CLICK HERE.
“Africa is called the ‘Last Frontier of Missions,’ largely uncharted missionary terrain,”. Globally, [Greg Von Tobel] noted, “Prisons are [also] the last frontier of missions. We’re seeing an incredible working of the Holy Spirit all around the world. I’m seeing the life changes before my eyes.” Continue reading