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Free Indeed Prison Ministries Inc. is a nonprofit 501(c)(3)  Faith-Based  organization which was established on the belief that God can bring an everlasting transformation in a person. Free Indeed Prison Ministries Inc. has a two fold purpose. Firstly, Free Indeed Prison Minist. Inc strives to help inmates build a relationship with Jesus Christ while in prison. Secondly, Free Indeed Prison Ministries Inc. supports the inmate(s) and family in their transition back into society upon their release/parole, while providing vocational and educational training for inmates pre/post release.

 

 

            Reverend Walter Bernard Allen Jr. is an annointed speaker and teacher, licensed and ordained with credentials from both the Church of God and the Southern Baptist association. Rev. Allen shares his powerful testimony of God's ability to deliver and set free.

Accepted Christ in 1973 at the young age of 16 yrs old, while in the Jefferson County jail in Birmingham, Alabama. The same county jail where the late civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was held. Rev. Allen served nearly 20 yrs in Alabama Correctional facilities. He maintained his faith and witnessed to others as the Chaplain Assistant at the Kilby Correctional Institution.

Currently, Rev. Allen ministers weekly at the Trumbull Correctional facility in Leavittsburg, OH, giving hope to both men and women with the theme “If the Son shall set you free then ye shall be free indeed” John 8:36.

Rev. Allen is the co-founder of Freeindeed Prison Ministry Incorporated, nationally certified with the Amachi Program “People of Faith Mentoring Children of Promise,"  which mentors children of incarcerated parents. He has also been a guest on TBN Christian Broadcasting Network, and specializes in high Quality Christian fundraising.

Martha A. Conyer, an annointed singer and psalmist, she began singing at the tender age of twelve. Martha has ministered across the country, traveling in Africa, Europe, and Sweden lifting up the Name of Jesus. Martha has ministered before great servants of God as a psalmist creating an atmosphere conducive for miracles, with men of God like Jessie Duplantis, Tommy Tenny, and under the big tent with R.W. Schambach; Martha has appeared on the Bobby Jones Gospel Hour which is on BET (Black Entertainment Network).

Several years ago Martha participated in Trinity Broadcasting Networks Christmas international production of "For this Reason I Came" in Nashville, Tenn.

Martha was on staff at WDLI-TV 17 (TBN) in Canton, Ohio for 10 years as a camera operator and Director of Prayer Ministries training prayer partners; she currently ministers on the local live Praise the Lord Program.

As Co-Founder of Freeindeed Prison Ministries Martha dedicates her time, energy and talents to minister hope to men and women held in our Prison system.

After the release of her CD He Cares for You in September 2006, this newly release Single Unspeakable Joy will give you a reason to Dance in the Spirit.

Hundreds, even thousands have received encouragement from the vocal ministry of the Annointed Women of God, Psalmist Martha A Conyer.

Trumbull Correctional Institution Builds Bunks for Community Partner

 

(Leaittsburg, Ohio) Six beautifully made bunks were presented to Trumbull Correctional Institution's community partner, FreeInDeed. Warden Chris LaRose accepted a faith challenge to provide FreeInDeed Min. with bunk beds for their expanding transition center. In March, the Northeast Regional Faith Summit was held which was initiated to encouragefaith partners to volunteer and expand their current involvement. FreeIndeed, a non-profit organization, has been visiting TCIfor several years. The organization is striving to accommodate the increased demand for released offenderservices. During the summit, FreeInDeed requested the institutions assistance for making beds for the newly aquired location. In addition to the community benefiting, the inmates grow as well. Thecarpentry students utilize their skills with something that makes a differenc.Others participated indrectly by engagingin the meaningful activities of planning and participating in inmate fundraisers. Numerous inmate groups donated the required funds to purchase the materials. NAACP, Links, Veterans, United Purpose, and Toastmasters were eager to be a part of this community project. Once the materals were received, students from carpentry class worked diligently to complete the beds. Warden LaRose, "It's obvious by the craftsmanship that they care about what they are doing. The offendes really take pride when giving back to the community." Reverend Walter Allen and Ray Allen were appreciative of the inmate involvement and the continuous support of Warden LaRose.