Bible Words

“No one has greater love than this, to lay down one’s life for one’s friends” John 15;13
“I was in prison you visited me “Mathew 25; 36 “Remember this who are in prison as though you were in prison with them “Heb. 13; 3
If anyone is caught doing something wrong, you my friends who live by the Spirit mush gently set him right. Look to yourself each one of you; you also may be tempted. Galatians 6;1

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Fr. Sebastian Vadakumpadan
"1. Rehabilitate a prisoner today, better the world tomorrow"
"2. Rehabilitate a prisoner today, save a potential victim."
"3. Help a child of a prisoner, prevent a potential criminal"
We are not essentially different from prisoners whom we visit in prison. It is only circumstances that distinguish us and we mush be grateful to God for these circumstances.
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How are we different

We are different in the way we approach.

Our core intent is to transform each prison into a resource centre and be able to use the collective pool of knowledge. This in turn will facilitate others to take the first step in treating them with respect.

Once a person is behind bars he is in an ecosystem of its own, we intend to facilitate this ecosystem into becoming a place where one can truly understand ones self and work on becoming one with self.

On 1st of July 1985, when they had been given an opportunity for field-experience, Bro. Francis pinpointed an apt title for the presuming board named 'Prison Fellowship India'. Consequently they entered the office of Prison Fellowship and Mr. John Kurian explained about the Prison ministry.
To attain the above we have undertaken a 5 integrated silos module.
  • Prisoners (under trial and convicted, juvenile and adult, Men, women and transgender)
  • Prisoners family
  • Victims family
  • Prison ecosystem and officials
  • Community
All the 5 modules facilitate in the reformation of the prisoner and the environment surrounding the crime.