Common Ground Ministries teamed up with Rhema Bible Church at our annual Sacking of the Candy for 3,800 prisoners throughout the Prison system. We will be going to 3 different prisons singing carols sharing the word and giving them a little Christmas cheer with a small sack of candy. Most prisoners never see family are have visitors, we share the Love of the Lord wth them and give them a gift of love through salvation and prayer,
Rhema Bible Church Prison Coordinators
Prison Ministry Update
We had a blessed Day at the Prisons, December 14th and lots of hearts were touched in a special way. We were able to minister to over 1800 prisoners and brought with us the glorious Christmas Spirit of Love.
Jesus was proclaimed and several of the men were saved and hearts were touched in a way that only Jesus can do.
We were Blessed!!! we had several wonderful people that went with us to minister that day even though it was wet and cold.
We were also blessed to share candy with 300 guard and staff at the prison.
New Year’s Eve Celebration – December 31st – January 1st
We will bring in the New Year with Praise, Worship and Prayer. Spontaneous joy encouraged. Beginning at 8:30 - Bring snacks to share for the night. Tea and Coffee will be provided.
2015 Mardi Gras – February 12th – February 18th
Detailed information will be available on Thursday January 29th - open to all who want to go. We will share a meal at 7pm and the planning meeting will begin at 7:30pm.
Men need to register and pay at: www.nogreaterlove.org. Men only early registration cost is $200- eligibility for discounted registration ends February 1st. After February 1st, the registration fee is $250. Wayne’s group will meet in the McHenry Camp.
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Common Ground Ministry
News Letter Nov-2014
Honduras Report, November 2014
This Year has come and gone by so quickly that it seems like a blur to me. Our trip to Honduras was without a doubt a tremendous encounter with God as He once again proved just how much He loves the Honduran people. Signs, wonders and miracles happened everywhere as each team member would go to different services each night. A friend of mine told me, “You can never go wrong when you stick with the word of God. It always works.”
Hundreds flooded the alters to receive Jesus as their Lord and Savior and many more came to rededicate their lives to Him. Honduras has been torn apart from the gangs that ruthlessly take away lives for seemingly no reason. The fear that has swept across the nation has paid its toll on the people.
Yet, out of all this chaos, there is an emerging fire igniting within the hearts of the people a desire to return to God for the protection that has been evading them for so long. I want to personally express my gratitude for all of you that helped send us to this country that God loves. It may be a third world country, but it is filled with first class people.
October 28 - November 18,2014