ROD Ministries is a non-profit organization serving the prison population that acts as an aide through the power of the Gospel to repair, restore and redirect broken lives in area prisons.Read More
What We Do
ROD walks alongside an offender to encourage him or her to a journey of hope and restoration. Our discipleship program begins during incarceration with extensive hands-on Bible teaching, accountability and direction, which continues after release.Read More
Of the 600,000 individuals released from prison every year, 67 percent will return to a life of crime and imprisonment within three years. Opportunities for successful re-entry into society are few. Our goal is to assist men with successfully integrating back into society after incarceration.Read More
What Makes ROD Different?
Obedience to God has caused so many doors to open in my life. I now have been clean and sober for almost three years...thanks to GOD. I am currently employed full time, and I am attending Eastfield College where I am studying to be a licensed counselor. I have now found out that if you are committed to change… change will take place.Stacey Smith, ROD Participant
ROD Ministry News
Apr 20, 2016
Because we know the importance of sabbath and experiencing God’s beauty all around us, we work to provide our men many opportunities to experience life as God intended in order to begin to build their own. One way we do that is by our yearly ROD Family Lake Picnic. Dick and Catherine LeBlanc generously open their Cedar Creek Home to us and we get to have a big ROD Family Picnic on the lake.
Nov 30, 2015
Twenty fifteen has been an exciting year for ROD Ministries. We ventured into our own building and partnered with House of Prayer Word Outreach Church, we hosted Senator John Cornyn at our new building to support his efforts in prison reform, and we had our first ever fundraising luncheon!
Jun 20, 2015
ROD Ministries hosts Senator John Cornyn for Corrections Act Roundtable.
Sep 14, 2014
ROD Ministries wants to partner with local youth organizations, schools and churches to begin an initiative called END the TREND. During this one day event, students will...