A 501 (C) 3 Public Charity: Founded-September, 1996 -John 15:16  
          'Locked Up But Not Locked Out Of God's Love and Protection '

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From the centers 'IYM' Serves...

Those Who Are Incarcerated:



Jaylen B. – Family & friends: court 10/2

Dante E. – Understanding his purpose: wisdom & knowledge

Shane W. – Mom’s health: level reinstatement: peers: career goals

Nathan C. – Family especially son & friends: career goals

Michael A. – Mom’s high blood pressure

Cameron S. – Home pass: release 10/26

Jacob B. – Career in the military: February court

Kasey L. – Favor in court 10/5: brother: wisdom for family

Terrance B. – Court 11/13: dad & 3 siblings

Quency J. – Family: hope & prosperity: good job when released

Alexander A.P.- Get back on track & off of consequences

Jquan G. – Family: behavior: CONFESSED CHRIST AS SAVIOR

Cortney G P.- Mom’s safety: court 11/16: go home by 12/8

Kaleb P. – Leave on schedule: continue to do good when released

Braylon J. – Family safety & salvation: baby & baby’s mother

Hunter B. – Dad & grandfather’s pain: finish program quickly: his puppy


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My Gracious and Loving Father, 

I come to you now in prayer; I thank you God that even though I have made many mistakes in my life, you are a God of forgiveness. Today I ask you to forgive me and I make a commitment to dedicate my life to You, to do Your will and to follow Your plan and purpose for my life.

 Father I know because I have humbly asked, you have forgiven me of all my wrongdoing but I am having trouble forgiving myself. Help me God to understand that I can’t change what has already happened but I can change what will happen in the future.

 At this moment I surrender all my bitterness, loneliness, and my low self-esteem to you Father. I forgive all those who have hurt me and I forgive myself for all my mistakes of the past.

 By your grace Lord, I will use this time of imprisonment as a time of study, prayer and personal commitment to You. Instead of allowing this time of my life to be a crushing blow of defeat, I will use it as a steppingstone to higher accomplishments. I also ask you to prepare me to face society and assume responsibility when I am released; as one who has learned their lesson and benefited from their mistakes.

 Most of all God, thank you for loving me and looking beyond my faults to see my needs. In Jesus name I pray, Amen.

 author: Calumet resident circa 2007





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