|P R I S O N M I N I S T R Y
FAMILY PRAYER TIME
We are taught that in the book of Matthew,
"where two or three are gathered
together, in my name, I will
be in the midst of them." This does
not mean just being together
physically, but can also mean
"spiritually or in one accord."
Each Sunday night,
10:00 - 10:30pm CDT,
hundreds of inmates across
the country, come together
in the privacy of their cells,
in agreement for
"Family Prayer Time".
Would you join with us?
|ABOUT OUTMATE OUTREACH
OOPM was originally conceived in 1978 by Dr. Stephen E. LaFleur, who was on
staff as the Volunteer Coordinator for Prison Fellowship at the federal prison in Ft.
Worth, Texas. Although there was no formal organizational structure, Dr. LaFleur
used his personal resources to minister to families of inmates - those family
members that were paying the price without being incarcerated.
OOPM was officially organized in 2003 and since then, has ministered to 100's of
inmates in Texas, Louisiana, Missouri, Arizona and California.
|OUR SPIRITUAL COMMITMENT
Our commitment is to be a resource to all believers that are behind bars who
serve by sharing their faith with others. We cross all denominational lines,
recognizing that the Spirit of God moves in many different ways. As such, we are
not affiliated with any church group or denomination, nor do we receive
guidance, instruction or financial support from any organization.
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|Would you like to be
a part of this ministry?
We need volunteers for
a variety of projects.
If you would like
to learn more,
please contact us.
Dr. Stephen E. LaFleur
PO Box 111
Los Fresnos, Tx 78566
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|Your Church Can Have
Its Own Prison Ministry
OOPM has no offices, no salaries, and no financial obligations. Funds for daily
operations come from gifts and donations, with public and private contributions
going toward expenses, printing and mailing of newsletters, training materials,
and inmate correspondence,. Institutional giving to create an endowment fund
is separate and is earmarked for survivor scholarships, emergency funding and
We are organized as a non-profit under the laws of the State of Texas and have
made application for IRS 501 (c) 3 status.
(Donations for daily operations for the ministry are never requested, but always accepted.)
|Your Contributions are
Our Sole Support!
|Thanks for your prayers and support!
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