Many of these resources are one or two pages, because they were designed for prison ministry.
Seeking God, Forgiveness and Salvation
Questions of the Heart – Many people are seeking God. Here are some of the most common questions they are asking. Where do I belong? Am I special? Is there anything that is true? What is worth pursuing?
Plan of Salvation Ten Commandments – When we understand that God is Holy, we have offended God and there is nothing we can do about it, then we understand our need for a Savior.
The Ultimate Answer – God is holy and must punish evil deeds. I am in trouble. What is the answer?
Refreshing Water – God’s Word is refreshing water to a thirsty soul.
What is in Heaven – Knowing what is in heaven and what God rewards motivates me.
A Prayer of Blessing for My Son – I have two sons, and I want them to know that I love and bless them. I picture a bright future for them.
A Prayer of Blessing for Mother – Encouragement for a young mother to see the blessing God has given her and her special role in raising her child.
Growth and Helps for New Believers
Grow in Grace – I believe in Jesus … now what? God wants us to grow in His grace and become a fruitful tree.
Hearing Gods Voice – What does God’s voice sound like? Should I be able to hear it? Is God speaking and I’m not listening? God’s voice is loudest, when I talk about the things that are close to His heart.
More than Conquerors -God doesn’t just want us to be freed from addiction and depression. God wants us to be more than conquerors. How do we go beyond conquering to bring joy and freedom to others?
Live the New Life Verses – The Navigators encouraged new believers to memorize God’s Word. Here are the first 60 verses they recommend.
Know Your Bible – Here is a brief overview of the types of literature in the Bible and a summary of the 66 books.
Heart’s Desire – Lord help me Lather, Scrub, Wash, Shine and Preach. This two page paper describes the journey from new believer to Pastor. Prison Fellowship has partnered with World Impact and The Urban Ministry Institute to provide seminary training to prisoners.
Sword of the Spirit – The Word of God is a sharp sword. How do we use it as the weapon God intended? This is also an example of how to pray through scripture.
Casting out demons – Although this format has been used effectively for over 40 years, the power is not in the format. The power is in the name of Jesus Christ. Jesus set us free from demonic control by the power of His blood, death and resurrection.