- “By age 19, my life was a disaster. I got involved in a string of robberies and was arrested and sent to LCP. I wanted to kill myself. But one day I signed up to go to chapel…even though I had no idea what that meant. The Chaplain explained the meaning of resurrection and the power that Jesus give to have power over sin. When the Chaplain told me that I could be forgiven of EVERYTHING I had ever done, I was shocked. I felt the power of the Holy Spirit come over me. I began to weep…and I felt a peace that I never had before in my troubled life!” Jaime Santiago continues to serve Jesus and ministers to many needy people.
- “Thank you for giving the personal Bible. I hope and pray you will continue to reach out to lost souls. Reading the Bible gives me understanding and wisdom time and again … Since I’m reading the Bible I feel more forgiving of others. I try to fill my spirit with truth and light.” LCP Male Inmate
- “I gave my life to God on 9-23-13. My cell mate did also. In the Bible I find the new life I need. Also the way and the truth. I am peaceful because of what God did for me on the cross.” LCP Male Inmate
- “I felt guilty for all the wrong things I did. I asked God for forgiveness. I pray for help to make it through each day, not in regret of the past but thankful for this opportunity to make a change in my life.” LCP Inmate
- “While I was inside the Lancaster County Prison, I accepted the Lord. My life changed with a new turn of freedom. I then learned more in a local aftercare program. I am now back with my family, have started a business and attend a local church where I am involved in the men’s frat group. Praise the Lord.” LCP Ex-Inmate
- “I felt alone and that the world was out to get me. By reading the Bible I know God loves me and I am not alone.”LCP Female Inmate
- “I have come from an abusive background. I am learning how to forgive the ones who hurt me.” LCP Female Inmate
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