MINISTRIES





PRISON / JUVENILE

“Tashara Parker of KAGS TV covers Grind4God story at the Brazos County Juvenile Justice Center”







Are you an ex-prisoner? Do you have a testimony to share with the Juveniles?
Your success story can lead a child to turn their life around. Get involved!






WORD OF THE MONTH
“When Wrongs are Confessed”

God knows all about you. There is nowhere you can go to escape His presence. God knows the good things you’ve done as well as the times you’ve broken His law. “Sin is the same as breaking God’s law” (1 John 3:4).
When you choose Jesus to be Lord of your life, all the things you have done that displease God- past, present, and future- are forgiven. God dislikes the breaking of His laws, but He loves you. Jesus came to save people
from the consequences of their wrong actions. “There is therefore now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus. For the law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus has set you free from the law of sin and of death”
(Romans 8:1-2 )

*Dirt in a drainage pipe blocks the flow. Wrongs that are not confessed block the spiritual flow between
you and God*


Talk to God about the things you have done that displeased Him. He wants you to agree with Him that breaking His laws is wrong and brings harm to you and others. When you realize that, you are ready to turn to a better way of life. God and you will be on the same page! Confess, so that the answers to your prayers will not be delayed. The psalmist wrote: “If I had not confessed the sin in my heart, the Lord would not have listened” (Psalm 66:18). Confession is necessary to show God that you agree with Him. God promises forgiveness to those who seek Him and confess their faults.


*Confessing your wrongs to God gets rid of the static in your spiritual connection. God’s answers to your prayers will flow freely*