• 14107 Nine Mile Road, P.O. Box 123, Arva, Ontario N0M 1C0
  • 519-666-1950
  • info@nlpm.com

GETTING INVOLVED

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WHAT WE DO

Do you have a question?

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New Life Prison Ministry offers Bible study correspondence courses primarily to offenders, ex-offenders, their families, and chaplains in institutions all across Canada.

Do the courses cost students money?

All of the Bible correspondence courses are provided free of charge to all students, regardless of whether or not they are presently incarcerated. Each course package includes a postage-paid envelope for the student to mail their exam to the New Life office once they have completed the course. We realize that many students are not financially able to contribute to the cost of books and courses, and we are glad to provide these materials free of charge.

How do instructors protect their privacy?

Instructors only use their first names when corresponding with students. If the instructor feels uncomfortable using their first name, a pseudonym may be used. We understand that privacy is extremely important and discourage instructors from divulging personal information at any time.

Do students really change?

Absolutely! The comments we receive from chaplains, volunteers, and the offenders themselves are incredible. Inmates often share that they have learned valuable skills such anger management and learning to forgive. For many students, learning about the Lord is an entirely new experience and we have evidence that through studying God’s Word, many begin to change their thought-processes to produce change in their lives.

WATCH THE VIDEO

New Life Prison Ministry is an exciting Canadian organization which provides Christian videos/DVDs and Bible correspondence courses to offenders, their families, and chaplains across Canada. New Life also actively participates in chapel services in institutions and one-on-one visitation with offenders

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RECENT NEWS

  • Referal to Central North Correcional Centre

    Chaplain Cindy Wendel, from Central North Correctional Centre thanked us for an offender referral. She stated: “ It is always a blessing how God takes care of all the details of intervention! I spoke with to the gentleman today and he is so appreciative of NLPM support. He is a very quiet wounded man who
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  • Prayer For New Brunswick

    The Administrative Director of New Life Prison Ministry had the opportunity to travel to New Brunswick to tour several facilities.  Will you join us in prayer for the following institutions and Chaplains: Chaplain Wayne Hagerman of Southeast Correctional Centre; Chaplain Chris Orenstein of New Brunswick Women’s Correctional Centre; Chaplain Dennis Sisco of Saint John Regional Correctional
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  • Peru Mission Work

    NLPM recently met with Mary Pinkston from SIM (Serving in Missions). Mary works with English speaking women from 13 different nations around the world in prison. Her missionary efforts are with women arrested for attempting to traffic cocaine out of Peru. Peru is the top exporter of cocaine in the world, surpassing Columbia. Mary and
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FOR PRAYER

  • We pray that setting aside our very selves we may learn to be neighbors to those who find themselves on the margins of human life and society especially the our brothers and sisters in Christ living in Nunavut.
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  • Request for Prayer

    We would like to pray that with God’s help, our brothers and sister in prison will be able to rebuild lives of dignity and integrity. May they find support and be truly welcomed within our Christian community. This month, we would like to pray especially for those in Fraser Regional and  Lethbridge Correctional Centres.
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