Bringing the hope and love of Jesus to prison inmates & their families.
We work with multiple jails and correctional facilities in the greater Puget Sound area. Below you'll find links to additional resources within each jail. Contact us for more information.
Struggling to find something to be thankful for?
Perseverance can be difficult for inmates because of all the darkness that surrounds them. The same is true in life.
Sometimes in the jail, very controversial subjects come up while meeting one-on-one.
We recently met with a youth in jail who didn't want anything to do with Jesus.
In a time of such pain, suffering, and horrible things happening to people all around us, it can be hard to find hope. But sometimes God's just not done with us yet.
Artwork from prisoners we meet with for bible studies and one-on-one visits.
One of the things John does for Anchor Ministry is attend sentencing hearings of inmates. This is one of those stories.
A letter from John's friend who was locked up when he wrote it.
A letter from Ruben, one of the guys we have worked closely with for the past 2 years.
The Covington and Maple Valley Reporter interviews John Ewell about Anchor Ministry.
Together, we bring the light of Jesus into the darkness of prison.
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