Congratulations to the team of Steve Casey, Joel Ralston, Gary Clowers and Jeff O'Dell. Winners of the Harold Ellis Memorial Golf Tournament at Mill Creek in Salado with a team score of 50! Joel Ralstan scored a Hole-in-One on Hole #5! Thanks to all who made this a successful event!
The Mission of J.A.I.L. Ministry, Inc. is to bring restoration through Jesus Christ to the lives of inmates, juvenile offenders, victims, law enforcement professionals and affected families, thereby having a positive influence on our society. Changed hearts mean changed lives.
J.A.I.L. Ministry, Inc. is a Central Texas Christ centered, faith based ministry providing programs in prevention and intervention for all ages within the criminal justice arena that includes offenders, criminal justice professionals, victims and their families.
The program officially began on September 10, 1987 under the direction of Chaplain Harold Ellis and 8 volunteers. J.A.I.L. Ministry, Inc. was incorporated as a non-profit ministry when 501c3 documents were filed on February 21, 1992. J.A.I.L. Ministry, Inc. is funded totally by donations.
For the year ending 2011, J.A.I.L. Ministry, Inc. programs accounted for 58,409 contacts in the Bell County Jail and the Juvenile Services Center. Contacts include professions of faith, Baptisms, rededications, Bible studies, church services, Bible distributions, Christian books, Bible correspondence courses, prayer requests, volunteer visits, anger resolution, recovery classes and Project Angel Tree gifts to children of inmates.