Chains of Grace: Who We Are and Why We Need You

Chains of Grace is a ministry that provides re-entry services and supervision for men and women coming from incarceration.

We are a re-entry ministry. That is, we help persons who are released from prison. Our recidivism (return to prison) rate is very low. Whereas TDCJ must spend up to $134,000 of taxpayer money per year per inmate, we can help people for much less.

We need you to help us with a recurring gift of $25 per month, or $50 per month, or, well, you get the idea.

Our goal in 2020 is to have 1,000 people giving at least $25 per month each month.

With the money thus raised we can keep together our small staff and expand the number of houses we have to house and support parolees.

Here is how you can donate to our Christ-centered ministry.

By check, mailed to:

Chains of Grace

PO Box 1344

Midlothian, TX 76065

If you live anywhere near Midlothian, Texas, I will hand deliver stamped, self addressed offering envelopes to you at your convenience. And probably hug you, if appropriate.


Go to, our website, find the Donate button and follow the prompts. No hugs there.


Go to our Chains of Grace Facebook page, click on Donate and follow the prompts. Remember you must choose to make it monthly, which is what we need.

Why do we need you? This ministry is vitally needed. TDCJ releases 150 persons per day, five days a week. Many of them have no place to go and no one to go to get help. Naturally, they go right back to what they know, which is what got them to prison the first time.

We preach Jesus to them. Look at the videos on our website and you will hear about Jesus. If you believe men and women coming from the prison system will benefit from the gospel, then please decide to help us financially.

We do not take government funds. We have more freedom to preach Jesus because we are privately funded. Help us take the gospel to men and women who need to hear it.

We need your help right now.

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