Listen to Burl Cain former Warden of Angola State Prison describe what it means to all of us when people minister to those in Jails and Prisons




To see a short presentation of all we do go to:  https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_u49CmD55WlMWQ1UTNNN0RtTkU/view

His Love Ministries
A Ministry Dedicated to Reaching out to those the World Has Forgotten!
Board of Directors: President: Marty McKenzie
Robin Evans, Gina McCall, Jerry McNair, George Mitchler, Vicki Mitchler, Esther Wilson
Staff: Marty McKenzie, Ronnie Nichols, Erik Lacanilao, Matt Gallant, Brandon Beard
PO Box 30513, Savannah, GA 31410 Phone: 912-398-0573
Non-Profit 501 (c) 3 Organization Tax ID- 58-2549397
Contact E-mail: mmckenzie@hisloveministries.net

How we use our funds
To purchase Bibles and Bible-based Literature for large print hymnals for the Nursing Homes.
The funds are also used for daily expenses that have allowed us to continue our current ministry and expand the amount of church services and Bible Studies in the Jail, Transitional Center, Youth Detention Center, Prisons, Nursing Homes/Assisted Living Facilities, and Treatment Facilities for Adults, Youth, and Adolescents

Our Mission
His Love Ministries is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit Christian Ministry. This ministry is based on Matthew 25:35-40. The key verse is 40: “And the King will answer and say to them, 'Assuredly, I say to you, inasmuch as you did it to one of the least of these My brethren, you did it to Me.'” Our mission is to spread the gospel throughout: correctional facilities (adult and youth), nursing homes/assisted living facilities, treatment centers (adult and youth), and the local community to reach more people with the life-changing message of Jesus Christ; to equip and edify those who know Christ as their Lord and Savior; to build greater relationships with those in need by providing joy, comfort, and security in their lives through Bible studies, church services, correspondence, and site visits. We reach out to those the World has forgotten. Everyone we minister to is locked up in some way, shape, or form. Those in the nursing homes are captive in bodies that don't function, a wheelchair, a bed or a facility they cannot get out of; children and youth who are locked up due to behavioral and emotional crisis. They have been separated from their parents, and all they want is true unconditional love (some have said to me, “We want a real family”). We also minister to those locked up in the jail, prison and Youth Detention center; and those “locked up” in addictions to drugs, alcohol, depression, and suicidal thoughts and a variety of other things that keep them from becoming who Jesus wants them to be. Jesus Christ came to set us free from the burden and penalty of sin and give us abundant life. We want all these people to see how much God loves them; that He made a way through Jesus Christ to receive forgiveness and freedom from their sin.
Our organization serves People in facilities that are unable to get to a Church service or
Bible Study. We reach out to the forgotten.
We have been on mission in Correctional Facilities since December 1997; Nursing
Homes/Assisted Living Facilities since April 1999 and Coastal Harbor Treatment Center since
February 2009

Recipients of our services and how many people we serve each year
We serve the People in facilities that are unable to get to a Church or Bible Study. We reach
out to those the world has forgotten.
We conduct about 2,321 church services and Bible studies a year (193 a month).
We currently minister in 12 Nursing Homes/Assisted Living Facilities; 5 youth and adult
Correctional facilities; 3 Behavioral Treatment Facilities for youth and adults, Greenbriar
Children's Center, and the Savannah Mission Bible Training Center. We also do a Bible Study
at a church that is a substitute for an AA or NA program.