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Chaplain

Lauderdale County Adult Detention Facility


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Meridian Star


Chaplain


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meridianstar.com

    "It is a vicious cycle," said Dennis Marks, who is the chaplain at the Lauderdale County Adult Detention Facility in Meridian.


meridianstar.com

Dennis Marks
    "It is a vicious cycle," said Dennis Marks, who is the chaplain at the Lauderdale County Adult Detention Facility in Meridian. "But a Christian ministry, such as Good News Jail and Prison Ministries, can be a form of crime prevention. We can break the cycle and have done so on many occasions."     Some of those examples of inmates changing their lives through Christian-based counseling and guidance were on display Thursday night at the Kahlmus Auditorium on the campus of MSU Meridian. The event was the largest fundraiser for the Good News Jail and Prison Ministry chapter in Lauderdale County. Marks, who has been the chaplain for the Lauderdale County Adult Detention Facility and the Lauderdale County Sheriff's Department for about six years said the event is getting bigger as more people are learning about the organization.     "Dennis has been a great addition to our jail and he helps me and Chief Dep.     Marks said the ministry tries to offer the inmate an alternative to their current lifestyle or situation. He said many of these people who find themselves incarcerated have not been given many alternatives to the life they were brought up in. On many occasions Marks said he has counseled multiple members of one family who were in prison at the same time.     If you are interested in volunteering your time or becoming a sponsor or donating to the Good News Jail and Prison Ministry, contact Chaplain Dennis Marks at 601-485-7708.     "It is a vicious cycle," said Dennis Marks, who is the chaplain at the Lauderdale County Adult Detention Facility in Meridian.


www.wtok.com

Chaplain Dennis Marks says each year they invite the community to come witness some of the ministries they provide and thank them for their support.
Marks says there are a lot of different denominations and backgrounds represented. "Our intention was not to go out and see if we can gather people from all walks of life, it just happaned that way," said Marks. "It's just one of those things.


meridianstar.com

Dennis Marks
    "It is a vicious cycle," said Dennis Marks, who is the chaplain at the Lauderdale County Adult Detention Facility in Meridian. "But a Christian ministry, such as Good News Jail and Prison Ministries, can be a form of crime prevention. We can break the cycle and have done so on many occasions."     Some of those examples of inmates changing their lives through Christian-based counseling and guidance were on display Thursday night at the Kahlmus Auditorium on the campus of MSU Meridian. The event was the largest fundraiser for the Good News Jail and Prison Ministry chapter in Lauderdale County. Marks, who has been the chaplain for the Lauderdale County Adult Detention Facility and the Lauderdale County Sheriff's Department for about six years said the event is getting bigger as more people are learning about the organization.     "Dennis has been a great addition to our jail and he helps me and Chief Dep.     Marks said the ministry tries to offer the inmate an alternative to their current lifestyle or situation. He said many of these people who find themselves incarcerated have not been given many alternatives to the life they were brought up in. On many occasions Marks said he has counseled multiple members of one family who were in prison at the same time.     If you are interested in volunteering your time or becoming a sponsor or donating to the Good News Jail and Prison Ministry, contact Chaplain Dennis Marks at 601-485-7708.


www.wtok.com

Chaplain Dennis Marks says her commitment to the jail ministry is inspiring, "She has a big heart for people.


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