Abe Brown Ministries was founded to reach incarcerated young men for Christ.
Since its inception in 1976, Abe Brown Ministries has evolved into a nonprofit organization aimed at meeting the critical needs of formerly incarcerated persons and their families. In addition, the Ministry extends services to the community in general, to not only strengthen neighborhoods, but to help the lost, the last, and the least.
Our services include:
Crusades – Volunteers travel to prisons on a bi-weekly basis to share the Gospel and form relationships with incarcerated men and women.
Family Reunification – Using digital conferencing technology, Abe Brown Ministries facilitates video visits so children with an incarcerated parent can communicate with them every week.
Food for Life Pantry – Food is distributed twice a month at the Ministry to registered families.
Transitional Living – Eligible citizens returning to the community after incarceration can
reside in one of the ministry's homes for up to 12 months.