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Sixteen men gradauted from Soldiers of Christ Prison Ministries' 'Renewing Fatherhood' class at Sheridan Correctional Center on February 28. A few shared of what the class on fatheirng meant to them.

As I read the comments, it affirms that God is indeed using Soldiers of Chrsit Prion Ministries for His glory and His glory alone.

Thank you God, for allowing Soldiers of Christ Prison Ministries to serve You !!


Wayne

Scott, thank you for doing what you love to do, for taking time out of your life to fellowship with me, for being a great soldier of Christ, and for actually caring about my children and me and the positive growth of my family. Thank you for caring about my children’s futures and thank you for showing me how to share my love of Jesus Christ with my children and family. I love you too Scott. You’re a great guy and I thank Jesus for introduce you into my life. And I hope to see you in discipleship 101 soon! 


Derrick

Thank you Scott for coming to prison and showing me how to be a good father. Every week I found out something new about being a good father. I know that a lot of men need this ‘Inside Out Dad’ program. So whoever reads this please help Scott. Scott please keep doing this program because we as black men need this program. I know that God got something for you doing His work. I would love to take this program again. Can I???  Thank you. 


Shawn

I would like to thank you for first and foremost sharing your concern for others no matter what the situation may be. You’ve showed us that as parents we will make mistakes in life but to do your very best to make sure your child doesn't follow the footprint of your mistakes. You showed me and the others love, care, gratification and that all things are possible through God… I thank you for sharing your life’s struggles and also listening to ours as well. I knew her never really said much in class but I paid attention to everything that was said and I really looked forward to being in class every Friday. I am truly willing to take much at what I learn home to make a better family and father with my children my child… 


Lamont

Mr. Scott, I just want to say thanks for this class because I definitely learned/got a lot from you and the others who shared during these groups and will apply all that I gathered into being a much better father to my kids a better son to my father and a better uncle to my nieces/nephews.  


Eric

Brother Scott, thank you for taking the time to teach us this class. Since I've been in this class I’ve learned how to communicate with my children such as getting on their level and getting to know what they like to eat, toys they like, what their favorite color is!! I’ve learned how to get myself into their world so that they will know that I love them and understand them. I am going to take what you have taught me in this class home with me so thank you for helping me learn how to know what it truly means to be a father to my children!! I know that when I get out I as a father have to put my children first in all of my decisions!! God bless. 


The Mission

Bringing the gospel to the prisoners and connecting them to resources to provide holistic discipleship during and after incarceration


Scripture Supporting the Mission

All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, equipped for every good work.
(2 Timothy 3:16-17 ESV)


The Vision

To see prisoners and former prisoners with renewed hearts and minds glorifying God and sharing Christ with others.


Scripture Supporting the Vision

I appeal to you therefore, brothers, by the mercies of God, to present your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and acceptable to God, which is your spiritual worship. [2] Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that by testing you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect. (Romans 12:1-2 ESV)


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