Back home after two wonderful days at the Coffield unit. I am really blessed to get to go back and share with the men how God has changed my life. My change happened on the Coffield unit. Well to say the least, Coffield has changed for the better. I see a lot of good changes. They now have a God wing, the tension with different races is down. The attitudes are different. most of the men there know Jesus. I had the opportunity to witness to men in ag seg, I had the opportunity to go back on U wing at cell 116 and pray with the guy in that cell, other men that came and even a guard. It was very emotional for me, you see that was my cell there. It was like the guy in that cell was waiting on me to come and say hi. I've never seen anyone so excited. he later came to the worship service and told me that it was like he had knows me all my life. I had the pleasure of talking to men that have been there 40, 30, 20 years that were there when I was there. The great thing is they know Jesus now. There were about 300 men in the chapel. Mike Barber wanted me to give my testimony, although it was short, I got to tell my brothers that it was great to be home, and that God changed my life when I was there. It was an honor and a privilege to stand before those men to represent God. The one who I give all the credit to. My Lord and Savior. I was blessed to get to meet other men who came along as volunteers. I am so glad that I went. The spirit of the Lord is there on that unit. I know that if God can change a corrupt unit like Coffield, He can change a corrupt nation like America. You see, they allowed God to come in, they allowed prayer to take place, they allowed people like Mike Barber to come in and not water down the word of God. They allowed the name Jesus in there. I was there when it was bad. Because we can freely go into the prisons and show the love of God to the least of these, do what Mathew 25 says, God is honored. I believe that a revival is taking place in the prisons today. There is excitement, God is moving like never before. There are so many Sauls in prison. Change is a great thing. I want to in courage anyone, if your tired of doing the same old routine at your church, and you want to see how God is moving, you need to go to a prison. Sometimes we need to be recharged with zeal. God wants the worst of the worst, the Church is full of saved people and that's great, but he wants you to go to the places that are out of our comfort zone. My trip this weekend was a refreshing reminder of Gods love for me, it was a free gift from Him and I will be forever grateful. I was away from my wife on our anniversary to go there. I did tell the men that God blessed me with a wonderful soul mate, and that if He can bless me, some one that is not a raging beauty. He can bless them too. God bless.
Thank you for all of your prayers