Thank you for taking time to pray for the needs of Support for Prison Ministries and the work of our chaplains and volunteers and those incarcerated that they minister to daily.
Praise Item – We are praising God that the ministry of Support For Prison Ministries continues to be strong at Lancaster County Prison and the Youth Intervention Center. We are thankful COVID cases are coming down and some ministry situations are returning to normal.
Pray for an inmate – who has burned many bridges and that she would accept the help being offered to her.
Pray for Chaplains Jake Riehl & Kent Martin – For their work in the MHU (Medical Housing Unit) ministering to the men there. Pray for their continued work with the men and giving them hope during this time.
Pray for an inmate – in the state prison that experiences loneliness and feels he is cutoff from the outside, especially during covid procedures.
Pray for the new prison – that everything would go well with the purchase of land for a new prison. That it will bring less stress to staff and inmates because of the age and poor conditions of the current prison. That God would provide patience during this time.
Pray for an inmate – who will be transitioning to a different housing area and is worried about the change.
Pray for the SFPM Board – and those affected by the decision to close the auction. This was a very difficult decision for many that depended on it. Be with SFPM during this time of change and we ask that SFPM will continue to be blessed financially with resources to do God’s will.
Pray for a female inmate – who is seeking to come back to God after doing life on her own terms.
Pray for SFPM Chaplaincy Coordinators – Katie Harnish LCP & Jeryl Zimmerman YIC as they make decisions regarding the spiritual needs of inmates.
Pray for SFPM Chicken Dinner – Pray for the Fall SFPM chicken dinners on October 29th at Good’s & Shady Maple in East Earl, Martins at Ephrata, and Mellinger Mennonite in Lancaster that it would go well and enough volunteers can be found to make it a success for the ministry.
Therefore, confess your sins to each other and pray for each other so that you may be healed. The prayer of a righteous person is powerful and effective. James 5:16
If you remain in me and my words remain in you, ask whatever you wish, and it will be given you. John 15:7