I AM HERE AM I
A 31-Day Devotional for at-risk teens (specifically incarcerated in SCDJJ) written by Scott Wolfe to Biblically address emotional wounds, grief, anger, etc. Scott has met with two of the three chaplains in the three Youth Evaluation Centers in SC and doors are open to reach InYou’s goal: to get a devotional book in each teens heart and hand. Perfect-bound books are $4 each and BOGO (By-One-Give-One), so for each one purchased, one will be given to an incarcerated teen. 1,500 books are in print now. All money received will be saved for printing more. Of course devotionals may be purchased for teens not locked up and donations can be received to pay for a teen to receive one free.
Youth Evaluation Center (SCDJJ) Services
InYou is one of many ministries being offered the opportunity to share Jesus on Sundays in 2018 with teens who are incarcerated at YEC in Union. We would like to engage this open door! With time, travel, and custom printed discipleship materials, this on-going ministry with average $125 each week (2 weeks per month, 12 months per year.)
250 $25.00 Drive
The Lord has given us a great vision for 2018. We ask that you pray and join us in our 250 for $25 Giving campaign. The Lord specifically has given us the vision of 250 individuals, churches, Sunday School Classes, Home Groups, Nonprofits, Businesses and agencies contributing $25 per month as seed to increase discipleship efforts and plant a mighty army of men that will fight the good fight of Faith in Christ Jesus and not only finish the course but advance the Kingdom of God! The Sustain the Change Housing Program is an intensive Discipleship Program that ministers to men who are homeless due to their criminal background and/or substance abuse. Many of the men are exiting from the SC Department of Corrections and literally have no where else to go. These men participate in a minimum of 18 months of classes Healing of Memories and Damaged Emotions; Jobs for Life; Brain Detox; and mentorship through His Way Ministries. Many of the men are registered sex offenders and due to probation restrictions cannot attend local church. Shield Ministries holds weekly worship services. Pictured below with Pastor Truluck are the first 2018 Graduates.