Will Living Stones always be here? Pastor Chris shares about the importance of supporting the LS ministry by joining the men in worship. In this issue you can also read a guest's reflection about his worship experience with Living Stones and learn about Living Stones Fellowship, a new venture in supporting formerly incarcerated men and women as they return to the outside community.
We celebrate the creative gifts God has given our men! In this newsletter you can see Native American paintings by one of our resident artists and a sketch of Jesus by another plus be touched by the words written in a poem, a song, and a testimony by others.
My Story . . . one man reflects on how Living Stones has helped him prepare to return to the outside community.
Read also how another gains a sense of purpose through the LS community; of a need for a woodworker; about the new prison chaplain; and how a Red Badge volunteer's life experience has sparked her passion for working in this ministry.
1Hear my prayer, O LORD; give ear to my supplications in your faithfulness; answer me in your righteousness. 2Do not enter into judgment with your servant, for no one living is righteous before you. 3For the enemy has pursued me, crushing my life to the ground, making me sit in darkness like those long dead.