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Volunteer Orientation TDCJ
TDCJ ORIENTATION SESSION FOR VOLUNTEERS

SERVING IN THE TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM

SAT OCT 21  |   CROSSWALK CENTER 

Contact: Cathy Vosberg at 713.237.0880 for information.

Location: 2103 North Main, Houston 77009

You can make a difference in the life of an inmate in our Texas Department of Criminal Justice System. (Read their stories of life change.)

Orientation is required for all individuals who volunteer in the TDJC. This orientation session will also qualify to re-certify current volunteers for another 2 years.

Read the testimonies of men whose lives have been changed while incarcerated.

Volunteers have the opportunity to share the light of Christ having a life-changing and far-reaching impact on inmates and their families.

Read a few testimonies here:

Volunteer Charles Culpepper shares about the impact of a baptism at the Navasota Unit. (link)

A young inmate shares the impact of receiving God's grace and forgiveness. (link)

Volunteers make Freedom Weekends possible where inmates have an opportunity to encounter God and worship with their families. (link)

C.A. (name changed to Derick in this earlier posted testimony while he was still incarcerated) is now released, working, and actively involved in the discipleship of others. Read how volunteer Jerry Phillips showed him the transformational love of Christ. (link)

Perhaps God is calling you to explore this vital ministry. You can learn more from Sally HInzie or Rickie Bradshaw. Attend this required orientation and explore God's call.