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|About||David and Debbie Brewer founded Revival in Prison Ministry as a Lay led Evangelism Ministry dedicated to sharing the message of the love, mercy and grace of Jesus Christ in the Indiana prison system.|
|Mission||The purpose of Revival in Prison Ministries is to provide comprehensive Christian faith based outreach programming to incarcerated individuals spanning various areas of need to reduce the recidivism rate of offenders; to aid in the restoration of their lives through the infusion of intellectual, emotional and spiritual influence that is directed to help them discard harmful patterns and unhealthy attitudes, avoid addictive and destructive relationships and behavior, stay out of prison, and become positive contributors to society; and to bring awareness to the local Church of our nation's fastest growing population and their role in reaching those impacted by incarceration.|
We would like to take a few minutes of your time to introduce Revival in Prison Ministries Inc. We are a small prison ministry founded by Dave and Debbie Brewer in 2008 to serve in the mission field of over 28,000 men and women incarcerated in the Indiana Department of Correction. As the ministry grew Debbie Tennyson and Linda Cherico partnered with us to serve God through this ministry. We currently serve primarily at the Rockville Correctional Facility for women where we provide praise and worship services every Tuesday and Wednesday and on two Sundays each month. David also serves there as a volunteer chaplain and Debbie
Tennyson and Linda Cherico have begun teaching in the faith based PLUS program. What began in 2008 as a ministry serving a single prison has been blessed by God and is continuing to grow as we strive to answer Gods call.
In 2010 God gave us a vision of conducting 3 day, old fashioned tent revivals on prison grounds. This vision became a reality in September of 2011 when we pitched a 30x60 foot tent on the grounds of the Rockville Correctional Facility and conducted our first revival. More than 500 women attended the three days of revival and many came to know Jesus as their Lord and Savior. In 2012, God opened the gates to 3 prisons and brought nearly 1200 men and women under the tent to hear Gods word. As a result of the successes of the 2012 tent
revivals we have received invitations to conduct tent revivals at 6 prisons in the summer of 2013. Over 8500 men and women are housed in these prisons and we are praying that the Holy Spirit will move 40% of them (3400) to attend . 2014 will take the tent revival into 8 or 9 prisons to share His Word during the 3 days of revival.
With nearly 20,000 men and women being released from prison last year, and with over 17,000 new men and women entering the system affirms to us that there is a great deal of work to be done for the Kingdom of God in our prisons. As this need for evangelism grow
|Founded||David and Debbie Brewer|