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 ex-offenders and their families. In addition, the Ministry extends services to the community in general, to not only strengthen neighborhoods, but to help “the least of these.”
Our services include:
Crusades – Volunteers travel to prisons on a bi-weekly basis to preach the Gospel and form relationships with incarcerated men and women.
Family Restoration – Abe Brown Ministries provides transportation so local families can visit incarcerated loved ones at various Florida prisons.
Family Reunification – Using 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.
Furniture & Clothing – Abe Brown Ministries partners with a local thrift store to provide families in need with furniture and clothing at no cost.
Transitional Living – Ex-offenders who meet certain criteria can be part of this 12-month program to help them successfully transition back into society.