Prison can make men feel worthless, hopeless, abandoned, and forgotten. We are giving men hope, and the tools they need to mature as men.
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Your prayers and financial support are both needed, and appreciated. Your support allows us to serve hundreds of men in Lansing Prison!
Relentless Prison Ministry, located in Lansing Correctional Facility, oversees seven chapel services each week, various Bible studies, and up to 11 different classes. Some of the classes include, Anger Management, Celebrate Recovery, Victims Impact, Financial Peace University, and The Urban Ministry Institute (TUMI), a three-year seminary-level program. Our Reading with Dad program allows inmates to be recorded reading a children’s story, and then we mail the recording along with the book home to their child. Additionally we put on regular conference styled events inside the prison.
Lansing Correctional facility holds 1,920 inmates in its maximum and medium security unit and another 512 inmates in its minimum security unit. We operate within an environment that is often challenging and difficult. Our focus is reaching and working with inmates regardless of anger, addiction, behavioral issues or the crimes they have committed.
Our biblically based Anger Management classes teach men how to effectively manage their anger and better understand its root causes.
Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered 12 step recovery program for men who are struggling with hurts, habits, or addictions of any kind.
Victims Impact helps men take responsibility for their actions, and learn how to fulfill their restitution obligations to victims.
95% of inmates in the state of Kansas will be released from prison. These courses prepare men to be successful upon their release.
FPU is a biblically based financial class. This class helps men understand how to create a budget and manage their finances effectively.
Bible studies are the most important things we do. The Holy Spirit transforms and studying the Word of God helps men grow in their salvation.