July 2012 – Inmate’s Testimony

My name is Billy. I’m 37 years old and I am now, by the grace of God, a servant and friend of our Lord Jesus Christ. Growing up was hard for me, moving from place to place in foster care, knowing these people didn’t care about me, other than the paycheck. I was adopted at age nine. Life was getting Read more

August 2012 – Inmate’s Testimony

As a kid, I grew up mostly with one parent.  My parents got divorced when I was about six.  I moved from California to Minnesota with my mom.  I was homeschooled up to ninth grade.  I grew up going to church and my mom was always around.  Once I got into high school, it all started going downhill.  Read more

I was in jail and we came to revisit me…

By admin | Home Featured Leave a Comment Oklahoma Jail Prison Ministries is a nonprofit, non-denominational, evangelical Christian outreach organization providing chaplains, personnel, and resources to bring the good news of Jesus Christ to those incarcerated, Read more


Welcome to OJPM.org! Here you will find information and testimonies about our Oklahoma Jail Prison Ministries. For more information please contact: Don Duncan, Chaplain Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office 201 North Shartel Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73102-2227 405.713.1046 phone 405.713.2058 fax If Read more

November 2011 – An Inmate’s Testimony

It’s about time, that’s what I told myself on May 27, 2011 in the Chaplain’s office when I finally gave it all to God and asked Him to forgive me. My name is Shanna. I’m 24 years old and I was born in Oklahoma City, but moved to Texas with my grandparents when I was three. My dad was in and Read more

January 2012 – My Life – An Inmate’s Testimony

MY LIFE Growing up in a lower class family, it’s not easy to get by.  My mom left when I was seven; she left my dad with three boys and a broken heart.  He did everything he could and more for us kids. My dad had a hard time with anger.  It often lead to beatings, which in turn lead to his incarceration Read more

March 2012 – Inmate’s Testimony

INMATE TESTIMONY I always felt that my mother or father never really loved me the way they loved the other children. I was with my grandmother a lot. My family is a family of alcoholics. We went to church as children because we had to. I was the Sunday school secretary and a youth usher because I Read more

April 2012 – Inmate’s Testimony

When I first started coming to jail at the age of 21, I was scared and said to myself, “I’ll never come back.”  A few years later, I sat in the county jail again.  I thought I was doing good just to keep coming for assaults.  The outcome:  prison.  And that turned into a revolving door Read more