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Woman Accepts Jesus in Prison

Dec, 2022 | Chaplaincy Program, Prison Ministry

Chaplain Donna Miller and Mary Bucher recently shared the message of God’s grace and salvation with a woman in prison. The prisoner responded by saying, “for the first time I understand grace and I feel so loved.” She then accepted Jesus and the gift of salvation. The prisoner’s comment shows the impact of the message of Jesus on an individual’s life.


Pictured: Woman prisoner (not the prisoner mentioned) and Chaplain Donna

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