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Request for Inmate Ministry

 
 
 


Do you have a friend or relative in prison, perhaps a member of your church is incarcerated, or maybe a friend at work has a son or daughter who is in prison?

Our ministry to prison inmates is offered with no obligation on the inmate’s part to join a church or religious organization.  Christian Ambassadors is a non-membership Christian ministry that receives its funding from individuals like you.  Christian Ambassadors was incorporated in the state of Colorado, USA in October 1995 as a non-profit Christian ministry, and granted 501 (c) (3) tax exemption by the USA Internal Revenue Service.

Please help us share the gospel of Jesus Christ with prison inmates.  Because we use the US mail to offer spiritual growth ministry (lessons and newsletters) to inmates, we are able to reach out across the miles to inmates, anywhere in the country.  This is a blessing for inmate ministry, because often prison inmates are located too far away for family and friends to visit.

For only $12 in printing and mailing costs, we can bring the Gospel of Jesus Christ to one inmate through spiritual growth lessons and inspirational newsletters for a full year.  We do not charge the inmates for the ministry we share with them, and we donate our time and personal resources to keep costs to a minimum.  Your commitment to partner with us in ministry through monthly donations, or your one time donation, goes directly to ministry printing and mailing costs.

To Request Ministry for an Inmate, please print the following form and mail it to us at Christian Ambassadors. The ministry does not subscribe to the major credit card services, nor do we use any of the on-line payment methods.  In addition to checks or money orders, we welcome 1st Class Forever Postage Stamps, as we use a large number of 1st class stamps in mailing material to the inmates (1st class postage improves address correction notification when inmates move).  You will be receipted for contributions.

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Contribute and/or Submit an Inmate's Name