Overview of Men’s, Women’s and Juvenile Prison Ministries


True Freedom Prison Ministry follows the model Jesus Christ laid out for the disciples in the books of Acts to spread the Gospel in ever-growing concentric circles from their hub in Jerusalem, we seek to reach those first in Cleveland, then to Northeast Ohio, and then to the uttermost parts of the state of Ohio.

Therefore, in fulfilling the Great Commission our prison ministry’s mission field is all individuals incarcerated in prisons across the state of Ohio, their families and their children.

Our goal is to assist every inmate in the state of Ohio to become committed followers of Jesus Christ. We seek to fulfill this commission:

  • By offering evangelistic services in every State prison facility in Ohio
  • By offering Bible Studies, mentorship, and discipleship classes in every prison in Northeast Ohio
  • By offering friendship and discipleship through our pen-pal program.
  • By offering both pre-release and post-release training to inmates and their families
  • By offering monthly support programs for the family members of offenders

Men’s Prison Ministry

Visiting every prison in the State of Ohio, our goal is to assist every inmate to become committed followers of Jesus Christ. Read More >

Womens Prison Ministry

Because the female prison population is growing so rapidly, True Freedom Ministries is dedicated to meeting the spiritual needs of this expanding mission field. Read More >

Juvenile Prison Ministry

Cultivating friendships and bringing young men and women the loving message of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Read More >

Comments ( 3 )
  • Connie M. Porinchak says:

    Love True Freedom Ministries. Dedicated to growing God’s Kingdom.

  • Mike B. says:

    I am newer to TFM. I look forward to joining their weekly ministries and supporting their Prison Ministry programs.

  • Lee Billi says:

    I’ve worked with True Freedom since 2012. I have just been released and the help they gave me made the transition a lot easier. Can’t wait to go to the meetings outside of prison.

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