Prison Lighthouse Ministry
I was in prison and you came to me … Truly, I say to you, to the extent that you did it unto one of these…of mine, even the least of them, you did unto me.” “Whoever serves me must follow me; and where I am, my servant also will be. My Father will honor the one who serves me.” (Matthew 25:36, 40; John 12:26)
The vision of the Prison/Jail Aglow Prison Ministry is to:
- To go wherever women are incarcerated
- To tell the good news of Jesus Christ
- To bring life and hope through faith in Him
- To minister through prayer and fellowship
- To love unconditionally with the love of God
- To lead women into praise and worship
Milwaukee House of Corrections
Milwaukee Secure Detention
Milwaukee County Jail
WASHINGTON COUNTY Jail
Wisconsin Aglow Prison Ministry Coordinator
Diane M. Schmitz
West Allis, WI 53219-2141
LETTER TO THE WASHINGTON COUNTY PRISON MINISTRY
Submitted on 2014/07/24 at 3:07 pm
Good Morning. I wanted to write and thank you for your prison ministry at the West Bend jail. My granddaughter is held there, charged with delivery and use of heroin. It’s a terrible time for her, and us her family, we are all grieving. But I can see The Lord working in her life. She is seeking God, and spending time in prayer and reading scripture, and learning to trust day by day. I’ve send her a “NT Message” and several other books and she said she and her friend are having a little bible study on their own.
So your work is bearing fruit. Please lift her up in prayer (and her mom). We’re praying for complete healing, the right rehab facility, mercy from the court system, and for her continual walk with God.
God bless you and your ministry.
A Grateful Grandmother