Inmates Corner


This section of our website will feature letters we have received from men and women who are or have been incarcerated.  If you would like to share a story or personal testimony with the ministry, please email or write to:

     Rehoboth Jail & Prison Ministry
     ATTN:  Ron Baker, Chaplain
     6166 Helens Way
     Schuyler, VA  22969

Dear Ron,

May you be deeply honored and encouraged by my sincere expression of love and appreciation for your work of faith, labor of love, and patience of hope in our Lord Jesus Christ in how you have ministered and still minister unto the saints.

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Mr. Ron Baker, 

Thanks for learning me the word of God, while I was incarcerated at D.W.C.C. When I came to DWCC in November 2010 I was one lost person. I gave my life to the Lord while in receiving at Powhatan in October 2010. Then listening to you and our Chaplin Armstrong, I have learned a lot about my salvation.

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Dear Ron,
Hello, my brother and friend. May this letter find you in good health and spirit and well blessed by our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

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My Profession of Faith –

For the past couple of weeks, since accepting Jesus Christ as my Lord and personal Savior, I have been praying and reflecting about this moment. Honestly, I have been wrought with self-doubt,

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I grew up in New Orleans Louisiana “Murder Capital of the World” My Mom was a smack junky and a prostitute. When I was 6 years old one of my mom’s boyfriends murdered my older sister and

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Before I came to prison I used to sell dope most of my life. My girlfriends always did the cleaning and cooking and I would bring home “the bacon,”

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This is my story;It’s sad, but true.The devil took hold of me As he has also done to some of you.
I was a good person . . .A good daughter, sister, soldier, and mother.I became a bad one,Not mindful of any other.
Crack entered my life And slowly took over,Causing so much stife, Keeping me high and not sober.

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