-- From prison walls to the freedom found in Christ's boundaries --
-- From prison walls to the freedom found in Christ's boundaries -- 

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The intention of this website is to show you the needs of inmates leaving the confines of prison walls as well as how Kingdom Boundaries Prison Aftercare (KBPA) strives to minister to and help these men and women transition back into society and lower recidivism. KBPA is a faith-based non-profit.

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New!! June 22nd, 2017

 

 

Father's Day
          My family gets together several times a year. My brother and sisters take turns hosting a meal where the whole family is invited to attend. Father's Day is one of these days and it is on this day that Rhonda and I are blessed to have the family over. As I was thinking about devotions before we feasted on barbequed pork and several thousand other calories, Proverbs 22:6 kept coming to mind. "Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it." (The more I meet and talk with men that are or have been incarcerated, the more appreciative I am of my parents and the "work and church" environment I grew up in.)
It is not at all uncommon to talk with individuals that grew up in unhealthy environments where the father was either absent, abusive, or abusing alcohol or drugs.  And many times, these fathers were only treating their kids the way they were treated by their fathers. 
Not all men in prison grew up in broken homes, and not all kids in broken homes will end up in prison, but it is true in many situations.  I, along with all fathers, need to remember that faith is more caught than taught. Our kids are watching.
Please continue to pray for those incarcerated and the children of the incarcerated.
Jeff Haverhals - KBPA Co-Director
My son, do not hate the Lord's training. Do not object when he corrects you. The Lord trains those he loves.
 Proverbs 3:11-12 NIRV
 
 

Vision Statement

To lower recidivism (the return rate of inmates to prison) by fostering Christian character one person at a time.

Mission Statement

Our mission is to form healthy relationships between Christian mentors and ex-offenders, regardless of their past indiscretions, to safely re-enter society. KBPA will come alongside men and women to help them discern God's love, will, and direction for their lives; at the same time, it will make available practical assistance to become productive and independent citizens.

Kingdom Boundaries Prison Aftercare is a non-profit 5013c organization.

Kingdom Boundaries Prison Aftercare does not receive any govermental funding.

ALL donations are tax deductable.

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