“Breaking the Generational Cycles of Incarceration”

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New Day Camp – Touching Hearts – Valentine’s Season 2021


In 2012 when Marlon was 8, his grandmother registered him for New Day Camp.
He attended every year and was soon joined by his two younger brothers.

Marlon was recently killed on his front lawn – the victim of a drive-by shooting.  His grandmother tells us that Marlon learned to love and had accepted Jesus Christ into his life because of his relationships and experiences from New Day Camp.

We want as many children as possible to have this same life-changing experience from New Day Camp that Marlon experienced.

Depending on what’s happening in Oklahoma with COVID-19 in June, New Day Camp is scheduled for Thursday, June 10 through Thursday, June 17.   In 2019, we had 15 graduated campers who came back as leaders; 9 as youth leaders and 6 as adult leaders. The camps are for children with one or both parents in a correctional facility.

New Day Camp is funded by donations…more like investments in young lives…from individuals, churches, Sunday School Classes, UMW/UMM groups, and corporations – all outside the connectional giving process.  The approximate cost to participate in camp is $600 per child.

In additional to scholarships for the children, we also need some new or gently used bath towels, pillow covers and sheets, new hair brushes, insect repellant, deodorant, aerosol sunscreen, and children’s clothing. We always need volunteers for camp, as well.

Can you sponsor one or more children?  Half a scholarship?  We appreciate your prayerful support to partner with us to give each child a “New Day” and help them to see they are not the label society has put on them…and to break the generational cycles of incarceration.

You can give to New Day Camp via online donation or mailing a check to PO Box 1149 OKC OK 73101.  Please specify “Touching Hearts” in the memo or notes. Download as Bulletin Insert.

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New Day Camp

New Day Camp is for children
who have at least one incarcerated parent.
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Exodus House Tulsa & Parsonage House Receive State Certification

TULSA – Exodus House Tulsa and Parsonage House also in Tulsa, faith-based re-entry living homes for individuals being released from incarceration, received certification this week from Mike Maddox, Director of Oklahoma Alliance for Recovery Residences (OKARR).  That’s according to Estelle Turbyfill, site manager for both Exodus House Tulsa and Parsonage House.

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Exodus House OKC Receives State Certification

OKLAHOMA CITY – Exodus House OKC, a transitional home for those being released from incarceration, received certification this week from Oklahoma Alliance for Recovery Residences (OKARR), according to Robin Wertz, site manager for Exodus House OKC.

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Conversation with Pastor Allen and Kristen Harlin and Robin Wertz from Criminal Justice and Mercy Ministries (CJAMM)

Kristen and Robin had planned to speak on May 3rd at UMW Sunday, but that date was postponed, but we wanted to share the important work of CJAMM with you now!

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