Being Jesus with “skin on” for those in prison, those released from prison, and their families; while honoring victims of crimes and those who work in criminal justice.


There are many opportunities for service in the Prison Ministry. Join our team to give hope and spread the love of Jesus.


Become equipped to serve with the prison ministry. There are a variety of training opportunities to fit your schedule.


Prison Ministry resources and other information related to our mission partners.



Prison Ministry Director

Carl Fisher

Carlton Fisher, D.Min., is our Prison Ministry Director. He retired as a chaplain from the Federal Bureau of Prisons after 20 years of ministry in maximum, medium and minimum-security prisons and retired as a chaplain from the U.S. Army Reserve after 29 years of service, retiring as a Brigadier General and Deputy Chief of Chaplains – U.S. Army Reserve. He earned three bronze stars from two tours to Iraq and one to Afghanistan and is the author of My Brother’s Faith and Where Warrior’s Walk. After retiring from the military, Carl served as the North American Mission Board’s keynote speaker for 2018 chaplain training conferences. He now leads our prison ministry, serves on two community service boards and manages a farm in South GA. He is married to Lisa and they have three children; Hannah, Chloé, and Travis who is in the Army Chaplain Candidate Program and married to Amy. Carl thrives in the “ministry of reconciliation and strives to help “form a more perfect union.”

Phone:(334) 580-0458