We are a group of Christian men and women following God's call to serve others and share the Good News. Our motto "Listen, Listen, Love, Love" follows us inside the walls of Lane Murray Women's Prison in Gatesville, TX.
Do you want to help??? Get Involve!!!
There are many opportunities for you to serve in this ministry. All we ask is that you have a willing heart and a spirit of obedience and you can play a crucial role in God's ministry of Changing Hearts, Transforming Lives and Impacting the World. Here's some basic information to help you "get involved."
Be a Team Member
Kairos volunteers come from all walks and strata of life. They all share a desire to follow Christ's admonition of Matthew 25:36, "I was in prison and you visited me." If you feel God's call to minister to the incarcerated the female family member of someone incarcerated, as a part of a Kairos team, go to your state on the Ministry Map and contact the State Chairperson to inquire about how you can get involved, or contact the KPMI office to find out about qualification and training and to be put in touch with the local Kairos community. Not all team members serve inside correctional institutions. Kairos Outside weekends are usually held at church camps (and similar facilities).
Be a Prayer Partner
All Kairos activities are covered with prayer. You can be a part of that prayer effort. Contact us and let us know you are praying for us!
Be a Support Volunteer
Each Kairos retreat weekend has opportunities for outside support, such as baking cookies, writing letters of support, or preparing meals. Get your church's Sunday school classes to color placemats for mealtime in prison.
Be a Ministry Financial Donor
All Kairos activities are funded by donations. If you would like to support this ministry with your donation:
Please make checks payable to: KPMI-Texas-Murray P.O. Box 124 Dripping Springs, TX 78620
Be a Cookie Baker
We may need up to 5,000 dozen cookies for a typical Kairos weekend. Each brother or sister in white in the entire institution receive these precious and delicious cookies, and even guards! Homemade cookies are a tangible expression of Christian love and an indication of God's concern for a group of people who seldom encounter either in the course of their daily lives. Your loving sacrifice will provide "bread" that shines the Light of God's Grace into the darkest corners of a prison unit. May God bless you for the gift of baking!