What is the scope of WPM?

Bible study book, "Doing Time With Jesus"Write-Way has active students in all Federal and State penal institutions in Texas and Louisiana, most county/parish jails, and all large city jails.  The active student list has grown from 9 to nearly 7,000 in 30 years.  An Active Student is one who has completed the first book and is not delinquent by more than 90 days in returning the book’s exam.

To learn more about our correspondence courses and who we are (including our Board of Trustees),  click here to read “Sending Light” (PDF).  NOTE:  the document is in brochure format, for easy printing and distribution.  If reading it online, start at the last column of the last page, then the first column of the first page, and from there all the columns are in order.

To learn what it looks like to volunteer for Write-Way Prison Ministries, click here to read “Write-Way in Twelve Minutes” (PDF).  This twelve minute read talks about the correspondence course process, and includes many comments from both volunteers and students.  NOTE:  the document is in brochure format, for easy printing and distribution.  If reading it online, start at the last column of the last page, then the first column of the first page, and from there all the columns are in order.

The History of Write-Way

The video below is a wonderful journey down memory lane!

Filmed in 2007, founder Ralph M. Nichols narrates the history of WriteWay PM, starting at his and Dot’s kitchen table in 1982!  Remember the old A B Dick Press?  Write Way is grateful for the many volunteers and partners we’ve been blessed with throughout the years.   Some of them are pictured in this video.