Daughters of Destiny Blog
Sitting in Your Prison Cell
Eliane Gulte from Canada wrote this beautiful song for the prisoner. She shared it with Daughters of Destiny. Clink the link to listen. You will be moved…… http://youtu.be/zwMY-84mEUo
Prison Ministries join hands in Washington DC to reach inmates
Daughters of Destiny met with other prison ministries from across the United States in DC. Our commitment; to join hands for better serving the nations inmate population. We are all part of the Body of Jesus!
Madison, IN Women’s Prison report
Thank you for your prayers for the Daughters Team in Madison IN, this past weekend. Here is their report:
Dear Prayer Supporters:
God blessed us with an amazing, Spirit-filled weekend all the way through. On the plane home yesterday I asked Linda Hayes, my travelling companion, what the highlight of the weekend was for her. She said, “the incredible transformation and joy spilling out everywhere Saturday night as they sang and shared testimonials of God’s goodness.” It is something to see what God does in such a short period of time. We did 6 hours of seminar there. A lot a healing took place.
Sunday was certainly a new experience for me. Let me tell you, the juvenile prison is VERY different from the adult women’s prison. Even though the current population of the juvenile prison was only about 60, 35 of these 12-18 year old girls attended. It was a maximum security facility. They take the word “squirrelly” to a whole new level. At first I couldn’t understand why there would be 5 guards in a small room with only 35 girls. It was only about 3 minutes before I figured that one out. In spite of the disruptions, many met the Lord. The response at the end was very encouraging. Several spoke to me afterwards with grateful hearts and new commitments. My main focus there was to invite them into salvation and give them hope for healing in Christ.
Some of you knew the specific challenges I had going in with travel schedules and what-not. And then, just to make things interesting, we had a big snow storm blow in Sunday precipitating a quick change in plans, and a white-knuckle drive to Indianapolis. It all worked though. God is good. Very glad to be home. Very tired. But who can complain when you get to witness many lives changed! I love what I get to do!
May the joy of the Lord bless you today,
Cyndy Sherwood & Team
Daughters of Destiny Women Go International
Daughters of Destiny team was honored to present the Be Transformed seminar to 150 incarcerated ladies residing at the FCI Danbury facility in CT. This is an INS facility with residents from all over the world. We were excited to meet ladies from eight different countries. These ladies signed up to be members of Daughters of Destiny and are planning to take the ministry back to their countries. We can only imagine God’s plan for His Daughters this way. Praise Jesus!
Daughters in Federal INS Prison meet Jesus!!!
DOD team leaving Thursday morning, March 14, 203, to conduct the first Seminar/Event in a United States Women’s Federal prison. Danbury, CT. It is also an INS facility. Which means we will be before ladies from around the world. This is powerful. Most of these ladies come from countries where Christianity is almost nonexistent and some where it is illegal. Stand with us for the power of the the Holy Spirit to move freely among the ladies who attend and those who don’t. To God be the GLORY!!!!
Lynn takes Jesus centered Yoga to Prison!
Lynn is a Jesus centered yoga instructor who takes to heart the incarcarted woman and her plight. She goes into women’s prisons across the nation for Daughters of Destiny teaching breathing and relaxation techinques. All meditaions are focused on scripture from the bible and the wonder of our Lord Jesus. What a blessing she is!
Wow! 175 ladies attended the three session seminar.. of those 112 signed into the Daughters sisterhood and fourteen accepted Jesus as Savior!!! Yay God!
Daughters team in Gatesville, Texas
The women at Crain Unit in the Gatesville, TX women’s prison complex
where blessed with music, teaching and fellowship. Thank you Jesus!