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September 2018 WPM Newsletter

Each month in our newsletter we note the number of inmates who have professed Christ as their Savior during that month.  While we rejoice in our new brothers and sisters, the enemy has also noticed and is fighting back.

Please pay special attention to the letter from our Director as he recounts what has recently happened in Houma, Louisiana.  We ask that you make this a matter of prayer and that the Word will again be able to be sent into the prison and reach the hearts of those incarcerated.  Also pray that this approach of the enemy will not spread.

September 2018 WPM Newsletter

August 2018 WPM Newsletter

Write-Way Prison Ministries currently has over 7,800 students.  Many of them are either enrolling in our courses or have recently begun the journey of Bible study with us.  One such person is Finest.  His story is on page two. 

Several have persisted in study and are now completing some of our advanced courses.  James and Murray tell their stories, also on page two.  Finally, each month we have over a dozen students who complete our entire curriculum, either in Spanish or English.  Nicholas is a recent Spanish graduate and gives us his testimony (second page).

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August 2018 WPM Newsletter

July 2018 WPM Newsletter

In 2 Timothy 2:15 Paul admonished Timothy to “be diligent to present yourself approved to God, a worker who does not need to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth” (NKJV)  In this newsletter we read what happens as our students get into the Word of God.  Cynthia writes “Staying in God’s Word and will is the only way we can resist Satan” while CW states “I must walk with God or Satan will walk with me.”  We covet your prayers for our students.

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July 2016 WPM Newsletter

Two verses from Psalm 119 come to mind as we read the testimonies of those students who have recently come to know Jesus Christ as Savior as well as those who have been walking with Him for some time.  Give thanks to our Father as you see anew the truth of these verses in the lives of our students:  “How can a young man cleanse his way?  By taking heed according to Your Word.” (119:9) and “Your Word I have hidden in my heart, that I might not sin against You.” (119:11).

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June 2016 WPM Newsletter

Have you noticed that in our daily walk with God He meets us where we are, not where we wish we were or where we want to be? So it is with our students. In this issue of BLESSINGS FROM PRISON you will find three testimonies from students who have completed “Doing Time with Jesus”, a course specifically designed for prisoners. See how our gracious Lord met them where they were and led them to a closer walk with Him. Praise His Name!

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May 2016 WPM Newsletter

What comes to your mind when you think of the love of Christ? Is it one of the great hymns of our faith, such as F. M. Lehman’s “The Love of God” or Charles Wesley’s “Amazing Love”? Is it one of the great love chapters in the Bible, such as First Corinthians 13 or First John 4? In this newsletter Rodger Turley, the director of Write-Way Prison Ministries, directs our thoughts to the greatness of His love as it relates to those who are incarcerated. As you read, our prayer is that your heart witll be aligned with ours in reaching those individuals with the Word of God.

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Graduates, 2013, Part II

Upon successful completion of 36 and 48 units, beautiful  certificates are issued by the Emmaus Correspondence School. WPM does not offer courses beyond 65 units, but at its discretion, Emmaus Correspondence School may allow the student to continue beyond that level. This plan gives the student incentive to keep on with the studies.

Our graduates stand as a tribute to the more than 360 counselors who give of their time and talents to encourage students and to edify them in Christ. They are also a tribute to those who spend long hours without pay as volunteers.

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