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Institute for Prison Ministries | Bringing Victims and Offenders together
The mission of VORP is to bring restorative justice reform to our criminal and juvenile justice systems, to empower victims, offenders and communities to heal the effects of crime, to curb recidivism and to offer our society a more effective and humanistic alternative to the growing outcry for more


Institute for Prison Ministries | Resources for Families
Resources to help those who have family members in prison.


Institute for Prison Ministries | Conferences & Training
Training resources for developing your ministry to inmates. Training is available to both those interested in mentoring inmates, develop ministries in correctional institutional programs, or voluteering in a jail or prison. There also is a training seminar to assist inmates to communicat their faith


Institute for Prison Ministries | Equipping the Body of Christ for Prison Ministries
IPM is a resource center that supports and serves the professionals and volunteers who share the Gospel of Jesus Christ with prisoners.


Institute for Prison Ministries | Corrections & Criminal Justice Professionals
A place to vent for Corrections professionals. Working in corrections or detention can be highly stressful. Sometimes you and your loved ones need a safety valve, a place to vent. At other times you may need support to handle situations which at the time might seem overwhelming.


Institute for Prison Ministries | Ex-Offenders
In 1988, the scholarship was established by a generous friend of the Institute for Prison Ministries and named in honor of Chuck Colson for his valuable service to the field of prison ministry.


Institute for Prison Ministries | Chaplains, Ministry Workers & Volunteers
Professionals in the field of correctional ministry are a valuable asset to correctional institutions and reentry programs. IPM seeks to equip and encourage chaplains and other professionals in correctional ministry through training, conferences and seminars, as well as serve as a resource center.