Prison Ministry

Malawi Prison Ministry

The Malawi Prison Ministry began as a shared vision of the Joyce Banda Foundation International and Jack Brewer Foundation leadership, and has grown into a nationwide prison ministry under the sponsorship of Jack Brewer Foundation. To date, we provide ministry, Bibles, water, soap and other aid to 8 Prisons were in the Eastern Region of Malawi and growing.

Global Aid Missions

1.1 Zomba Prison – Zomba

1.2 Mikuyu Prison – Zomba

1.3 Mpyupyu Prison – Zomba

1.4 Domasi Prison – Zomba

1.5 Chilwa Prison – Zomba

1.6 Balaka Prison – Balaka

1.7 Ntcheu Prison – Ntcheu

1.8 Mangochi Prison – Mangochi

In some of the worst prison conditions in thr world, we have found that the inmates lack spiritual upliftment as such there is need to distribute more Bibles to these prisons. Other basic needs for distribution are; Sugar, Soap (Bathing and Toilet), Bibles, Soya Pieces Meat, Cooking Oil, Tooth Brushes, Toothpaste, exercise books and pencils for the juveniles inmates. The unfortunate reality is that many juveniles and youthful offenders have been locked in prison for several years and have yet to see a judge about their accused offense. As you can imagine, this leaves thousands of young offenders hopeless and broken hearted. Our programs are using the word of God to bring hope to the hopeless.

United States Prison Ministry

Our 2nd Chance Disciples currently visit workshops, job fairs, prisons and juveniles across Florida and the United States, preaching the gospel, building partnerships, delivering bibles and teaching our Faith and Leadership curriculum. Through our technology and software partners, our programs will be expanding to more than a dozen states in 2023.

Our JBF 2nd Chance programs include

2nd Chance Centers

Launched in 2022 at South Bay Correctional, this faith based institution aims to empower and motivate men as they prepare for their fresh start into society. The 2nd Chance Center bring education, worship, civics, vocational training, health and wellness together to bring opportunities to an often forgotten population.

Serving Ministries Residential Centers

Offering criminal justice involved men a comprehensive faith based program to assist them on their journey self sufficiency. In addition to housing, we offer regular bible study, life skills and leadership classes, substance abuse as well required monthly service hours.

2nd Chance Distribution

Home of our “Souls of your Feet” clothing and shoe project give incarcerated fathers and fatherless youth the opportunity to find dignity by receiving much needed new shoes and clothing. We donated well over 2000 new sets of clothing and shoes to returning citizens and their families. JBF also distributes thousands of toys which are intended to help bridge the gap between an incarcerated father and their children during visitation.