Updates and News


July 4th

“Don’t Forget The Prisoner”

I was privileged to be on the Karl and Crew Moody radio program this past Monday – my part begins around 5:40  (please click below)

Radio Interview on WYLL AM1160

What are the qualities we should have as Christians in the marketplace? Please join me in the dialog about how to be a stand out in the marketplace with Gospel-driven integrity. I hope you can listen Saturday as I talk about these matters on the Faith Marketplace radio program with hosts Bob Lambert and Jennifer Villarreal.

Captain Mill

Our middle son Howard is now officially a Marine Captain. Aleluya! To Howard’s left is his fiance Amanda and Marine Major Columbus. Barb’s dad, Howard Linde, is to Howard’s right.

Accident Report

A serious accident resulted in a trip to the Emergency Room – Here’s the story:

Warden Dave Gomez on Moody Radio

Warden Dave Gomez is one of the most qualified and equipped Prison Wardens in America! Warden Gomez possesses deep compassion, unique experience and the ability to motivate his staff and officers to “correct correctly” the men under his custody.  His experience, not only in the prison system for over 7 years, but also in the jail system of Cook County for over 21 years sets him apart.

Warden Gomez is articulate and unashamed about his unwavering faith in Jesus Christ, because he understands his identity at the Cross of Christ where the justice and the mercy of God our Father kissed, sealed by the Resurrection of Christ.   I am thrilled for the opportunity he will have this Friday, live in studio, with Karl and Crew to educate, equip and encourage the vast listening audience and those at Moody Bible Institute about our jail/prison system, the prisoner and their families, which continues to be the most neglected ministry of the Church.

A Note from a Grateful Mom

The ministry recently received a note of thanks from Jeff Huckeby’s mother, Donna, who had been able to share our video interview segment with her son.   Jeff was one of the inmates from Lake County Jail interviewed for our banquet videos.    “Thank you all for ALL the wonderful work you do,” she said.  “and the lives that you touch!”
To view the video, go to https://vimeo.com/294949530.