When the Prayer Chapel was established, one focus was to write letters to imprisoned brothers and sisters around the world or to various governments on their behalf. The look and feel of this particular station has seriously evolved over the years, but it is still a major part of the Prayer Chapel experience.
This is a responsibility we take very seriously! Since we began writing letters through PrisonerAlert.com, we have seen many people released from prison and returned to their families.
Print off downloadable information sheets from prisoneralert.com and make them available for students to write to a prisoner or to the governments on their behalf. We provide paper and pen for students to write a letter. We do not provide envelopes for students to seal and address the letters. We take care of that detail. It gives us time to proof read the letters we send out from the Prayer Chapel to insure safety to the prisoners and to make sure the letters are neatly written, appropriate and easy to translate. Again, all the basic directions are written on each prisoner profile available for downloaded at Prisoneralert.com.
If you would like more information on how to get involved in writing letters to persecuted church members, check out www.prisoneralert.com.