Current Bible Study
The Bible Study our women are currently studying in Texas Prisons is "Beyond Broken Walls, Restore Our Hearts." We are excited to publish this study, the fourth of the "Free to Grow" series, which will be sent in to incarcerated women throughout Texas. The number of women involved has grown to over 800.
Upon release, women are invited to continue the studies, to stay connected and in God's Word during the transition process. We love to witness how God's Word can transform lives! If you'd like to donate to the cost of the Bible study materials please specify that when you make a donation to our ministry. Pen Pals are encouraged to do the Bible Study with their "Sister in White." The Study is available on Amazon and at our online store.
There is no shortage of brokenness around us. Tragedy, trauma, and disease are everywhere and are broadcast on every news station. Our lives are filled with broken places, and we carry the brokenness wherever we go. Damaged relationships, shattered emotions, deep sorrows, and other trauma not only make our hearts ache but can change the ways we act, react, and respond. These things can create broken places within us. We all know the feeling of being trapped in something that is broken. But brokenness isn't an end in itself. Every one of our lives contains brokenness, but brokenness doesn't need to define our lives. Our broken places can leave a crack so the light can shine in, and we can be healed!
No matter how broken we are, Jesus Christ can bring us beyond our broken walls, and restore our hearts. In the midst of tragedy, heartache, pain, hopelessness, or sin; God is still faithful and can rebuild and move us beyond our broken walls. You are so worth it in God’s eyes.
"Beyond Broken Walls, Restore Our Hearts" is a Bible Study taking us through twenty-three different types of struggles many of us face. Each chapter deals with a different sin, emotion, temptation, or weakness; and takes us to God's Word to illuminate what His Word says regarding it, and gives us an opportunity to allow Jesus Christ to restore our heart, and take us beyond brokenness into His healing.
OUR MINISTRY IS BASED ON THIS VERSE
Remember those in prison as if you were bound with them!
Hebrews 13:3 NIV
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SYNDEO (Greek) Bound with them
This word has two meanings:
1. bound in chains; to a prisoner, as a prisoner
2. bound, connected in heart, as all believers should be