At first, Greg wasn't interested in hearing about Jesus. But he reached a point of deep depression and began self-harming.
That’s when he asked for a prison visit. Daniel visited him for over 2 years, offering him Scriptures to read and encouraging him to give Jesus a chance.
“Now he’s given his life to Christ, and he’s on fire… He wants to be baptised… and he’s certainly got the joy of the Lord in him.”
“How can they hear about (Jesus) unless someone tells them?” – Romans 10:14
Interested in sharing God's love with prisoners? Start the conversation here: prisonfellowship.org.au/volunteers/
Volunteer John Craik, says it’s the establishment of the Prison Fellowship Australia that fills him with the most hope. The 74-year-old has been named a Member in the General Division of the Order of Australia in the Australia Day awards for decades of community service.
“It changed my life,” he said. “I sat in a room with...hardened criminals and I witnessed the transformation of these...lives because they had made a commitment to follow Jesus Christ.”