“I was naked, and you clothed me. I was sick, and you took care of me. I was in prison, and you visited me” - Matthew 25:36. We give not because we have but because we care.
The prison ministry is the humanitarian arm of Action Chapel International presided by His Eminence, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams. One of his mandates is to minister to the spiritual and material needs of inmates at the various prison institutions in Ghana.
The Archbishop has presented food items to inmates of the Akuse and Kumasi Central Prisons. Items include; 450 bags of rice, cartons of frozen chicken, gallons of cooking oil and a cow.
The items given to the inmates serve as part of the Church’s annual charity initiatives during the Christmas festivities. Touching the lives of people is what God has called us to do.
His ministry will continue to support prisons across the length and breadth of the country. To present the items on behalf of the Archbishop were Prophet Victor Kusi Boateng, Mr. Elliot Tyson and other members of the church who handed the items over to the management of the various prisons. Additional 250 bags of rice and other items are to be sent to the Tamale Prisons as part of his commitment to feeding those in prison.
People go to prisons for these reasons;
1. Being at the wrong place
2. Being with the wrong company
3. Unjustly implicated.
“Blessed are the merciful: for they shall obtain mercy”- Matthew 5:7. Blessings!