MCCF, Sunday, October 22nd

I went to MCCF men’s Bible study both on Wednesday and Thursday. On Wednesday I had 34 men in attendance. W started on the Book of Revelation. On Thursday there were 31 men in attendance and I continued with the Book Genesis.
Joe: I completed chapter 12. come next month you can start with chapter 13.

Ours in Christ,
Marty


MCCF

Paul and I went to MCCF last night for the men’s bible study. We started with 34 men. Throughout the evening we lost 9 of them. Paul started out with a word of prayer and then led them in two songs. I then started on the Book of Revelation. At about 8, the guard came in to say time was up. Paul went out and discussed with the captain in charge that we had till 8:30, which he granted. Today I talked to my friend Reggie (the Major of the facility). He is going to try to correct it.

Ours in Christ,
Marty


MCCF, Sunday evening, September 27th

Andrew Meyers and I went to MCCF for the evening services. Andrew preached to the men and did a fine job of telling them how Stephen was willing to lay down his life to have the Gospel preached. I spoke with the girls and shared with them the necessity of understanding salvation in order to be truely saved. We saw 6 men and 10 or more ladies respond for salvation. We gave out cards and challenged them to write and get involved in God’s plan for their lives.

John Bilboe


SCI Camp Hill, Sunday, September 27th

Hello,

Scott Wilson, Scott Shaw and myself went to Camp Hill last Sunday. We got in without a hassle. Scotty Wilson. preached the 1st service, Scott Shaw. preached the 2nd service and I preached to the browns. I like doing the browns for I lean a little harder on them for whatever reason, they think they have arrived and know it all (sounds like those in the world, doesn’t it). All-in-all there were about 550 inmates, and around 300 raised their hands for Salvation. It was great fellowship and we believe it was a successful day.

In His Name,
Joe


SCI Dallas, Sunday, September 20th

Hello Folks,

We arrived and were greeted by Chaplain Carlton. No problem getting
in. The service started and the choir sang a few hymns. Really good as we see the growth in their ministry of singing. A lot of scriptural content. Kathy then
read the history behind I have decided to follow Jesus. We sang 3 verses and
I preached on Matthew 21:33-46 and no came forward at the invitation.
We went back home and seed was planted we did not see. Glory to God.

Scotty CPM


SCI Dallas, September 20th

Hello Folks,

We arrived  and were greeted by Chaplain Carlton. No problem getting

in. The service started and the choir sang a few hymns. Really good as we see

the growth in their ministry of singing. A lot of scriptural content. Kathy then

read the history behind I have decided to follow Jesus. We sang 3 verses and

I preached on Matthew 21 :33 to 46. and no one came forward at the invitation.

We went back home and seed was planted we did not see. Glory to God.

Scotty CPM


MCCF, Sunday evening, August 23rd

Well my Sunday evening was nothing like what Joe went through. Andrew Myers, Paul and myself attended the evening services at MCCF. This was Andrews first time in prison, I am so glad to have him coming on board to serve the Lord in this way. He gave a testimony about how he met his wife Emily, in the ladies service. They really enjoyed that.

I preached both services using Luke 4:18 as my key verse.

A guard came into the men’s service and told them if they continue to meet there just to talk, they will be removed from the service because other inmate have complained. Praise the Lord!

As usual a full house and at the invitation many hands were raised. I gave out cards and challenged them to get involved in a discipleship program.

The ladies were once again very attentive with about 20 in attendance and prayers for salvation were heard as they pray out loud.

Delighted to Serve

John, Paul and Andrew (sounds like a line up for the disciples)


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