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Chaplain Caleb Mast Update – County Jail

Dec, 2022 | Chaplaincy Program, Prison Ministry, Uncategorized

The Fremont County Jail is keeping us busy. I help orchestrate activities for several other chaplains at the county jail including Chaplain Mary being trained by Chaplain Donna, Weekly sing-alongs by Mark and Ruth, and I’ve made friends with a 90-year-old man that has been coming into the jail for many years to do Bible Studies. Your support is such a big part of this. Our family welcomed our baby boy, Bennet Goel Mast on November 17th. We’re happy he’s with us safe and sound. We sense your prayers and are so grateful! —Chaplain Caleb Mast, New Horizons Ministries

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