Prison Letters: Inmates Thank The Salvation Army

Throughout The Salvation Army's history, reaching out and ministering to those who are incarcerated has always been important. Although it often is challenging to gain clearance to enter some of these institutions, The Salvation Army has found a way to make Bible Studies available to every inmate in the Western United States: through correspondence courses via mail. Thousands of lives have been touched and changed by this sharing of the Gospel made available by mail. The impact is evident in the personal and heartfelt handwritten letters returned, thanking The Salvation Army for their work. Currently, more than 2,000 people are enrolled in the Extension Studies program around the Western Territory. Watch this piece to experience their stories.

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