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

Welcome to our website!

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!!   April 16th, 2019

 

My name is Chris Thu. I became a resident at Kingdom Boundaries Prison Aftercare (KBPA) in June 2018. I enjoy Kingdom Boundaries because it is providing that needed Christian assistance and guidance which allows me to remain out of prison. KBPA ministry is helping me to grow in the love and grace of my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. (They offer weekly bible studies for all KBPA residents.)
 
I struggled with alcoholism and drugs before going to prison. My drug addiction and prison time led me to losing my family and living on the streets. I didn't have any spiritual life before going to prison. My family rarely attended church. My time in prison was a hard time because I missed my family and children. (While in prison, a person can lose all freedom and have no contact with the outside.) In prison I was fortunate to have a cellmate that was a Christian. My cellmate invited me to church services and bible studies which led to my relationship with Jesus Christ. While in prison I also attended Brothers in Blue and experienced the grace and love of God.
 
Today, I have full-time job in Sioux Falls. I am currently attending Restoration Church in Sioux Falls. My goals while at Kingdom Boundaries is return to my family and find my own apartment in Sioux Falls. I would like to thank individuals and churches supporting the ministry of Kingdom Boundaries. I would like to thank the KBPA staff for being available to me when needed during both the difficult times, and good times. Thanks also to KBPA board members for dedicating your time to this ministry. My hope is found in Jesus Christ my Lord and Savior.
God provides the strength we need to persevere and grow.
 

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 501(c)3 organization.

Kingdom Boundaries Prison Aftercare does not receive any goverment funding.

All donations are tax deductable.

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