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The intention of this website is to explain the needs of inmates leaving the confines of prison walls. Kingdom Boundaries Prison Aftercare (KBPA) strives to minister to and help these men make a healthy transition back into society, thus lowering recidivism. KBPA is a faith-based non-profit organization.
New!! September 16th, 2020
I echo the words from Ruth 1:8, "May the Lord reward you for your kindness."
Monday evening the board, staff, and residents were again given the opportunity to spend a joy filled evening with those of you that attended the Kingdom Boundaries banquet. I understand that not all of you were able to attend. (We did miss you.) The board with the help of former board members and staff put on another awesome meal. Thank you!
During the evening we heard testimonies from a couple of the men currently living at KBPA. Also, there was a silent auction and a live auction with many great items that were donated. There were blankets, pictures, meat, and many other items too numerous to mention. Thanks to all of you that donated and those that bid and bought these wonderful items.
A special thank you to auctioneer Ivan Huenink and his wife Teresa for their service.
Also, I want to give a big thank you to Faith Reformed Church for the use of their facility. It was a huge blessing to have such a great location for our banquet.
The evening was a tremendous success and was a testimony to God (for his blessing on this His ministry). I want to give a big thank you to all of you that have been supporting this ministry with your prayers, words of encouragement, and financial support. It is truly God's ministry. We as staff consider it a blessing to partner with you as we walk beside those that at many times, the world has forgotten.
Jeff Haverhals - Ministry Director
Please pray for Leo, a new resident at KBPA
Thank You, Father, for making Yourself accessible to me despite Your great power, holiness, and overwhelming presence.
To lower recidivism (the return rate of inmates going back to prison), KBPA fosters Christian character one person at a time.
The mission of KBPA is to form healthy relationships between Christian mentors and ex-offenders (regardless of their past indiscretions) in order to help them safely re-enter society. KBPA will come alongside these men to help them discern God’s love, will, and direction for their lives. At the same time, it will make available practical assistance so that these men can become productive and independent citizens.