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photo Name: James Ramey
Gender: male
Age: 48
Status: not married
State: Texas
Country: United States

Date: July 19, 2016

My name is James Ramey, and I am a 48 year old Christian, just simply looking for a pen friend. I have several more years to do in prison, and I'd really appreciate the opportunity to possibly develop a good, honest friendship with you. I can only receive postal mail. My contact address is:
James Ramey #587349
Price Daniels Unit
938 South FM 1673
Snyder, TX 79549

Special Categories: snail mail,prison


photo Name: Chris
Gender: male
Age: 30
Status: not married
Birthday: June 7
City: Bridgewater
State: Massachusetts
Country: United States

Date: July 10, 2016

Hi My name is Chris,
I'm new to this site and I'm looking to meet new people from around the world.

Let me tell you a little bit about myself. I love to meet new people, I enjoy learning new things about different cultures and ethnic groups. I love to laugh and have a good time. I would like to be honest with anyone that read my profile. I made some bad choices in life because of my bad decision making, I am serving some time. I hope this doesn't scare you. I have been introduce to a Christian group at my location. It's been really nice but I do get lonely. So, I would like to ask anyone that read my profile to pray and see if God will allow you to write me. Even, if you don't write me, I would ask for you prayers, they are greatly needed.

May God Bless whoever reads my profile.
p.s. I cannot receive emails. Please send snail mail only

MTC
Chris Lombarot
w105325
30 Administration Rd.
Bridgewater, MA 02324
Greetings,
Chris

Special Categories: snail mail,prison


photo Name: Joseph
Gender: male
Age: 60
Status: not married
Birthday: September 27
When saved: 2002
City: Charlotte
State: North Carolina
Country: United States

Date: July 5, 2016

Favorite Bible Verse: 2 Corinthians 5:17 Therefor if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation!

For almost twenty years I was a helpless victim of a tremendous addiction to drugs and alcohol, and had ultimately served the devil and an inanimate master. Being on the inside of an obsession of my magnitude did not afford me the privilege of an objective outlook. I could see my life deteriorating before my very eyes and was hard pressed to effect any permanent, major change. I tried every avenue of rehabilitation in my feeble attempt to salvage what was left of my life.

I had long since reached the end of my rope and was truly at the bottom of the barrel when my past caught up with me and I was incarcerated for crimes I had committed. I was incarcerated in prison for a period of ten years, and sincerely wanted to effect some major changes in my life and leave all that drug insanity behind me. But that was not easy.

While I was incarcerated in prison, I was not surprised to find that long-term rehabilitation was virtually nonexistent. So quite frankly, I was convinced that my stay in prison would only be a period of time between the last time I got high and the next time I would get high. Discouraged would put it mildly to say the least.

One day, apparently my desperate mood was emanating from my being, and a couple of Christian brothers who were walking the yard saw me in my dejected state and asked what the problem was. I explained my dilemma and the misgivings I was having. After I had spilled my guts to them, they calmly said, “it doesn’t have to be that way anymore”. I said, “show me how”. They simply said I had tried all the normally effective methods of cure, but that I hadn’t really given the supernatural one the benefit of the doubt. They said, they had a fail-safe plan of breaking annoying and destructive habits. All I had to do was to give my life to God and accept Jesus Christ as my personal Lord and Savior. That sounded easy enough, and believe me, by this time I was willing to try anything.

Weeks later, after reflecting on what my Christian friends had told me, I sought out a Christian brother who was always reading the Bible and singing about Christ in a very loud, prideful, joyful voice. I asked him if he could give me some passages out of the Bible for the strength I needed to hold up. He said to read the Gospel of John, chapter 16. So that night I started, and when I got to verse 25, I read about Jesus telling his disciples, “these things I have spoken unto you in proverbs, but the time cometh when I shall speak no more unto you in proverbs, but I shall show you plainly of the Father”.

I stopped right there. I sensed something in these words. My mind perceived a promise. My heart felt a stirring of hope. The next morning, I called the Christian brother over to my cell and asked, “where in the bible does Christ show God plainly? Because that’s what I needed to see. He only said, “just keep reading”. That night as I prayed, waves of memories and the guilt of a lifetime flooded in on me more and more, until they finally caused me to cry out as something inside me broke. I repented of my sins, and asked God to please forgive me. To please take this wretched life from me.

That night, from seemly out of nowhere, I had a dream of this image of a man that began coming into my mind’s eye. He appeared at a distance, with just a robe like cloth wrapped around him. Most noticeable was this immense love that seemed to pour off him. I had suddenly awoke in tears. It hit me with such an impact that caused me to blurt out, “dear God, I’m asking you to help me, because I can’t do it, I’m sick of this, I need your help” The whole time crying and lastly begging for Him to please carry me thought this. I closed my eyes and returned to sleep.

When I awoke the next morning, almost immediately, I started to feel an indescribable presence of love that I had never felt before. Repenting of my sins was my only thoughts. My surroundings seemed eerily still. It is hard to even describe today, but I believe it was the grace of God upon my soul. In my mind, I knew I had something I didn’t have before – a choice! God had given me the strength to make up my own mind and serve Him rather than the devil. All I wanted to do was praise God, and discover what it is in this life, that He wants me to do in His name.

I’ve been a different man since that night the Holy Spirit touched me, “a new creation in Christ” (2 Corinthians 5:17). I spent time every day reading God’s Holy living Word. In His infinite love and mercy, God saved me, Praise God! I started to lead bible studies with my Christian brothers, and enrolled in a religious education course offered by the Assemblies of God Church. After twelve months, I earned a Certificate of Ministry as a Lay Ministry Leader. I furthered my studies with AOG and became a Certified Lay Minister.

After my release, during my time in the halfway house, I received an unexpected invitation from a Pastor I had a brief encounter with while in prison. He was starting a prison ministry, and invited me to come to his church and give my testimony. I learned later, my Christian friend had written him about my conversion.

I felt this was the nudging of God, and upon my release from the halfway house, I traveled to West Virginia. Once there, I was invited to assist in the Pastor’s prison ministry, sharing the love of Christ with those still living in spiritual darkness. For the next two years, I studied the bible and theology. In 1999, I became an Ordained Minister in the West Virginia Church of Christ, upon the laying of hands by Reverend C.M. Eskridge,

As time went on, I became interested in the ancient church, and studied early church history and philosophy at a local college. During this time, I felt God leading me to Orthodoxy. Upon completing my Associate studies, I entered an Orthodox seminary to continue my study of God’s Word. During my time there I converted to Orthodoxy, and in February of 2005, I was Ordained in the Orthodox Church.

I continued to write to prisoners, helping them to come out of the spiritual darkness that covered their souls and share with them the love of Christ. As time went on I received more request to write others. Everything pointed to me leading a life in the Priesthood. However, during a time of discernment to discover God’s will for me, I felt touched by the Holy Spirit with the words of Hebrews 13:3, that God was calling me to minister to the prisoners, whom I was once counted among.

In 2007, I started Trisagion Prison Ministry, and have been laboring in faith to prisoners ever since. My vision is to have a congregation welcoming to former prisoners, addicts, and those suffering with evil, to encourage them in their faith so they will trust that all things truly work together for good in those who love the Lord and are called according to His purpose (Romans 8:28). To teach that by His divine power, all things that pertain unto life and godliness have been given to us through the knowledge of Him that hath called us to glory and virtue (2 Peter 1:3).

I witness to my compelling personal testimony of how I defeated harmful dependencies and passions through love for God and through strengthening my soul with faith and prayer, and of how God’s grace has carried me to serve the Lord. I instill in those who seek, that every heart can be redeemed, every life can be changed, in Jesus Christ.

I am not married, and asking God for a Christian lady after the Lord’s own heart. To serve the Lord together with me, and everything else will fall in place. Someone who will love me just as I am, as Jesus does. And so if God brings that special lady into my life, I would welcome it. I would love to hear from you, should God so touch your heart to get to know me and explore a possible life together.

Special Categories: prison,ministers


photo Name: Jason Taylor
Gender: male
Age: 34
Status: not married
Birthday: October 19
When saved: age 10
City: Phoenix
State: Arizona
Country: United States

Date: July 4, 2016

Favorite Bible Verse: John 3:16

I am a country boy, enjoy 4-wheeling, music, and spending time with my dog. I am a hard worker, and hard player too. I know how to treat my friends, and how to treat a lady. I am incarcerated for DUI, but I want to turn my life around and maybe even find my soulmate. I look forward to hearing from you, my new friend.

Special Categories: snail mail,prison


photo Name: Chad
Gender: male
Age: 41
Status: not married
Birthday: April 25
When saved: 2000
City: Livingston
State: Texas
Country: United States

Date: June 29, 2016

Favorite Bible Verse: John 3:16

Hello, I'm Chad. I'm a tall country boy from Texas with tons of knowledge and city experience. I'm single, fun loving and family oriented. I like anything outdoors, I hunt, fish, ride 4 wheelers and horses, jetski and love camping and river floating. I like going out, dancing and shopping. In prison I enjoy listening to music, reading, working on my website companies and writing letters/talking on the phone. I always welcome a good laugh and friendship. I'm seeking an invaluable relationship with a woman, foreign or domestic. For more information snail mail me: Chad F Davis #1336883, Polunsky Unit, 3872 FM 350 South, Livingston, Texas 77351 or email me through jpay.com. Looking forward to meeting you!

Special Categories: snail mail,prison


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Name: Williams
Gender: female
Age: 70
Status: married
When saved: USA
Country: United Kingdom

Date: July 25, 2016

Favorite Bible Verse: Lord Is My Sheeperd

Hi Everyone am new Christian Convert,I am sufering from Longterm Cancer. Please i need everyone to send me Cancer Healing Prayer point here on my Email Address

Special Categories: homeschool,snail mail,student,deaf,blind,prison,missionary,ministers,moms,dads


Name: Steve
Gender: male
Age: 40
Status: not married
Birthday: December 30
When saved: About 6 years old
City: Garland
State: Texas
Country: United States

Date: July 22, 2016

Favorite Bible Verse: My favorite Bible verse is in Ephesians 4 and 5 and 6

I love riding motorcycles, fishing, rescuing animals and I love my family! I made one mistake in 6 years and it was an honest small mistake. I only got a few months bc it was simply a probation violation... I have started a prison ministry and plan on working the ministry full time. I would like to meet my soul mate eventually when it's Gods time to do so, as for now I'm looking for female pen pals... Godly only please... I need help spiritually in here and would love some Christian letters, books anything Christian and straight from the Bible. I am turning a lot of inmates into Christians in here... We just need some encouragment. I have a Harley and an amazing job!! Yes, I work for Tx dot.... I'm not just an inmate... I made a mistake but All things work together for those who love the Lord. Never been married, been close though...

Special Categories: snail mail,prison,missionary,ministers


Name: joys
Gender: female
Age: 34
Status: not married
Birthday: November 21
When saved: 1999
City: kilimanjaro
Country: Tanzania

Date: July 22, 2016

Favorite Bible Verse: JOHN 3:16

I am a born again child of God, love JESUS, he is everything in my life.
I am looking for a humble ,honest, loving ,respectful, prayerful, God fearing man. I have been alone for too long and would like to settle down with the right partner.

Special Categories: homeschool,snail mail,prison,missionary,ministers


Name: Terry Crater 187673
Gender: male
Age: 54
Status: not married
Birthday: March 21
When saved: 1978
City: Kincheloe
State: Michigan
Country: United States

Date: July 22, 2016

Favorite Bible Verse: By his stripes ye are healed

I am single looking to write to some women as I spend my time in prison. I would like to correspond with females in friendship. to help me during this crisis in my life.

Special Categories: prison


Name: Thomas Neeley
Gender: male
Age: 38
Status: not married
Birthday: March 12
When saved: Union County Jail
City: Asheville
State: North Carolina
Country: United States

Date: July 18, 2016

Favorite Bible Verse: 2 Corinthians 5:17

I discovered God's love and forgiveness in jail. It was there after being arrested for my crimes that I came face to face with how lost I was and how God had sent Jesus His son to pay the penalty for all my rebellion against Him. I have life and hope for the first time in my life! While in prison, I am committed to making the most of my time in here. I am inviting as many men as I can to join me in studying the Bible together and praying together. It is such a joy to help someone else discover the same hope and forgiveness that God has given me. I enjoy writing and I read lots of Christian books. I study my Bible every day discovering new things I never knew before. I love meeting new friends and should you choose to write to me, I will be sure to write you back. My address is: Thomas Neeley #0569738 Craggy Correctional Institution 2992 Riverside Drive Asheville, NC 28804

Special Categories: snail mail,prison


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