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Charles HarperFebruary 25, 2021
Years ago our stake established a prison branch. I and a few others were privileged to be called to serve there. Those of us involved were greatly blessed by our service in this capacity. We enjoyed great spiritual experiences and I know that Heavenly Father loves all His children.
Chuck SanfordFebruary 25, 2021
Back in the mid-1990s I was a home teacher for three men incarcerated in a federal prison. Within the narrow confines of imprisonment, I was able to do some good, because far and above anything I did, my Lord was involved, whether they believed that or not. Good people are needed to rescue these folks, and show them someone cares, to assist them in recognizing that God truly loves them.
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