Friday, December 12, 2014
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all of you! CLPRM continues to provide many services to the surrounding communities of Bucks Co. and Philadelphia. By doing so, we feel we are making a direct impact in the lives we have the opportunity to minister to. Although all of our services are FREE of charge, the only way we can provide the resources needed to help those struggling with addiction, incarceration and/or life issues is to depend on private and corporate donations. If we have made a difference in your situation or someone you know would you prayerfully consider helping this Life Changing ministry with an End of Year tax-deductible gift of any amount to help us go into 2015 STRONG! Every dollar donated goes right into helping to change and transform lives in our community. Any gifts can be made through our secure donation link on our website www.clprm.org or they can be sent to the ministry address above. Thank you for the opportunity to serve you and your loved ones. Blessings and Peace!
Attached is a summary of our 2014 ministry highlights
In His Service,
Bob Sofronski, Executive Director
Jeremiah 29:11 “For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord. They are plans to prosper you and not to harm you, they are plans to give you a future filled with Hope”.
CLPRM is driven by a vision to bring the gospel of Jesus Christ — a gospel that redeems, heals, forgives and restores — to those incarcerated and in recovery, so they can break free from bondage, restore relationships, live as productive citizens and realize God’s purpose for their lives.
We need YOU to make this vision a reality. Please support CLPRM so that we can continue our work to release those ensnared in addiction and imprisonment by sharing the transforming power of the Good News.
The Inmate Release and Recovery Scholarship Fund was Started with
and Funded by Private Donations.
It helps those being released from prison and those struggling with addiction find Christ-centered housing or treatment.
Christian Life Prison and Recovery Ministries is a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to helping those incarcerated and to stop substance abuse in the community by offering support to those actively struggling with addiction, as well as to their families. We offer recovery meetings, resources, counseling, and referral services to those who wish to seek treatment.