About CLPRM

Christian Life Prison and Recovery Ministries is a dynamic ministry of committed volunteers who bring the grace, hope and healing of Jesus Christ to the incarcerated and recovery community. We are men and women from all walks of life whose lives have been changed by the power of God’s love and His Word. Each of us wants to bring the amazing message of freedom, redemption and transformation that the gospel promises to inmates, the recovery community and wherever else God leads us. Our three-pronged outreach consists of prison ministry, recovery ministry and a monthly coffee house ministry.

20150118_170005We also coordinate special activities and events like concerts, Angel Tree, recovery worship services in local churches, Bible studies, an annual Christmas party for families of inmates and clothing distributions.

 

About the Director

CLPRM is led by Bob Sofronski. As a former addict and inmate, Bob is a living testimony to the transforming power of God’s grace. He’s been active in prison ministry since 1999 and recovery ministry since 2005. He leads CLPRM’s diverse team of enthusiastic volunteers with conviction and passion.

 

Board of Directors

  • Bob Sofronski, Executive Director/Chairman
  • Michael Howard, Assistant Director
  • Royce McKelvey, Director of Follow-Up
  • Scott Burgess, Treasurer
  • Nancy Lion, Secretary
  • Rick Cartagena, Director of Evangelism
  • Pam Hayward, Prayer Coordinator

 

Get Involved

CLPRM is a dynamic, growing ministry. We’re always looking for volunteers to add to any of our prison, recovery and coffee house ministry teams. If you feel God calling you to join us on our journey, let us know. Browse our site to learn more about our ministry and activities. Volunteers must be committed followers of Jesus Christ, and involved in a local body of believers.   We encourage you to especially check out the Testimonies section to hear how God is using CLPRM.

 

Yes! I want to get involved.
CLPRM is a non-profit 501c3 organization dedicated to helping those incarcerated and to stop substance abuse in the community by offering support to those actively struggling with addiction, as well as to their families. We offer recovery meetings, resources, counseling, and referral services to those who wish to seek treatment.