• "I was hungry   and you gave me food"
  • ...I was Thirsty, and you gave me something to drink
  • "I was a stranger and you took me in..."
  • "I was naked
    and you clothed me..."
  • "I was sick and
    you looked
    after me..."
  • "I was in prison
    and you came to visit me..."

Prisons Visitations

00Agbogbloshie police before 1Prisons in Ghana are overcrowded and under-resourced, with poor medical and sanitary facilities and not enough beds or bedding and many inmates sleep on bare floors.

In addition to the prisons that hold prisoners, many remand prisoners and suspects are held in overcrowded police cells, located in almost all police stations in the country.

Evangelist Dag Heward- Mills is committed to ministering to prisoners and rectifying some of the poor conditions under which prisoners are kept. In addition he firmly believes that even the most hardened of criminals, or troubled offenders, can be touched and changed forever by the power and love of our Savior and Lord, Jesus Christ.

Graciously, God has provided him with many opportunities to hold church services, sharing God's love and preaching the gospel in many prisons and police cells all over the country, including maximum security prisons and condemned inmate cells eg Nsawam and James Fort prisons. 

IMG 0391This ministry to prisoners, in addition to sharing the good news of the gospel also caters for the physical needs of these inmates. The Hope outreach teams organize and take packed lunch and soft drinks to the inmates of the police cells ( aka counter-backs) monthly and also during festive occasions. 

We were blessed to have visited 27 police stations within the Accra Metropolis on the 25th of December, 2016.

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