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  • JOEP July 2017 Update Impact of the written Word

    Impact of the written Word

    July 20, 2017 | Middle East Prison Ministry

      Mr. M from Egypt is convicted with murder. We were informed by one of his relatives that he was announced innocent of charge. During our last meeting with him he informed one of our team members that he is thanking God for what has happened to him. Because of his time spent in prison, … Read more

  • JOEP June 2017 Update Wheel Chairs bring gratitude

    Gratitude for His faithfulness

    June 10, 2017 | Middle East Prison Ministry

      We were happy to know that some inmates were released from prison and we helped them to find a place to live/stay until all release procedures and documentation are finalized, as well as introducing them into the different churches for discipleship. We also bought some plane tickets for some foreigners to travel back to … Read more

  • JOEP May 2017 Update woman prison release

    Prisoner released to home country

    May 24, 2017 | Middle East Prison Ministry

    A foreign prisoner who was sick spent 15 years in prison. But she was released recently. During her time in prison, she had a change of heart during that time. She started to pray, fast and donate part of her income.   She went back to her home country to continue her imprisonment. She was so happy and … Read more

  • JOEP April 2017 Update gate prayer

    In need of prayer

    April 12, 2017 | Middle East Prison Ministry

      We met a man who had been in prison for 75 years. He asked us to pray for his extreme pain. He was eventually transferred to a hospital at our request to the administration of the prison. We shared the message of Salvation with him. Thank you for praying for his health and that he would … Read more

  • JOEP March 2017 Update reaching the hearts of the imprisoned

    Reaching the hearts of the imprisoned

    March 15, 2017 | Middle East Prison Ministry

      In many Muslim countries, the consumption or sale of drugs is heavily punished by jail. In the last 5 years the subject of drugs has been like a plague. Even in the schools some boys can buy them easily. To have a child on drugs and/or in jail is a family shame. Many will … Read more

  • JOEP February 2017 Update ARME Jordan gate and bars

    Open prison doors

    February 4, 2017 | Middle East Prison Ministry

      Nasser, is behind the bars in a prison 100 kilometers east of the capital. He is the only prisoner in that prison with a Christian background. He was recently visited by the team.   In a past visit Nasser received a Bible from us. Unfortunately, one of the workers in the prison took it … Read more

  • November 2016 Update JOEP Jordan OutInDesert Jan08

    Prison impact

    December 13, 2016 | Middle East Prison Ministry

    Life has changed so much for Mahir*, a nice young man that was born in a very rich Catholic family. He had just finished his Bachelor’s degree from a Jordanian University, when he was sentenced to five years in prison for drug dealing. Mahir listened carefully as our team was sharing about God’s love and … Read more

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    Confession

    September 14, 2016 | Middle East Prison Ministry

    We mentioned to you earlier about Meem* who committed a murder crime. The family of the victim is requesting the death penalty for him. Meem now confesses that what he did was wrong, and he accepts Jesus Christ to be his Saviour. God is doing great things in his life in prison. The MEPM is … Read more

  • Ministry Update and Prayer Requests

    May 4, 2016 | Middle East Prison Ministry

    I always give thanks to God for the blessings that He continuously gives to the prison ministry in the Middle East. We, the prison ministry team, feel that we are planting seeds in one place and harvesting in another. We plant seeds with inmates, and once released, they become His witnesses back home. We have … Read more

  • Ministry Commended and Given Media Opportunity

    March 1, 2016 | Middle East Prison Ministry

    “Your ministry is unique and we would be honored by your presence,” read an invitation from the president of a women’s rehabilitation center. The head of the rehabilitation centers and some directors of other centers and some human rights organizations were also present at the Mother’s Day gathering. We were also invited for a Ramadan … Read more