Barbara and I, and my whole team, wish you a God-centered Christmas. Aleluya!
More than 500 partners, pastors, ministry volunteers, prison staff leaders and former prisoners and their families impacted by the Koinonia ministry celebrated KHNM’s 26th year with joy, worship, prayer, gratitude and generosity at our annual banquet. A very full house!
Donations and pledges that evening of more than $113,000 puts us on firm financial ground for 2018 and beyond. We were delighted to add 57 new donors this year. Praise God from Whom all blessings flow!
The theme for this year’s program was “Snapshots of Radical Prayer. Radical Love.” Below are some photo highlights in a short slide show from the banquet.
Barbara Mill reports on the recent weekend visit to Hill Correctional in Galesburg, IL, where she and Manny hosted the Radical Prayer Conference.
Barb and I, together with the men and the Chaplain, witnessed the astonishing, wonderful wonders of God our Father, at our Radical Prayer Conference inside the Hill Prison in Galesburg, IL, this past weekend!! We saw men coming to Christ, as the Holy Spirit called for Radical Time Outs, in the middle of my sermons, during Barb’s teaching and also the many times we prayed radically together. At one of our prayer sessions the men confessed sin for over 50 minutes non-stop!! We saw an inmate father reconciled to his inmate son during one of our sessions. We also saw a homosexual/transgender inmate repent, restored and commit to follow Christ alone. We saw gang bangers cry and others weep. We saw revival brewing, aleluya. The Holy Spirit also confirmed that these Radical Prayer Conferences, in churches and prisons, is the way to go for our ministry to really bridge the huge gap between the Christian Church in Prison and the Church in the Street to really make disciples of Jesus Christ because to be like Christ is to pray like Christ, Joshua 3:5; 2 Chronicles 7:1-14; Mark 11:17!!
Manny Mill says: “RTO Christmas Card drive tomorrow night at RTO! Come/write/encouraging redemptive note to an inmate in RTO designed card.”