Kingdom Boundaries was monumental in my transition back into the community. They provided a safe Christian based environment for me to live and grow in. They also helped me rapidly find employment, provided transportation, and helped communicate with my counselors and parole officer. The adjustment is difficult for all parolees but Kingdom Boundaries assisted in alleviating much of the stress associated with it. I'm grateful and blessed for Kingdom Boundaries.
After spending 19 years in prison, this ministry came along side me and provided the environment needed to readjust to society. Their love and accountability encouraged me to succeed in the transition process from prison to the street. The transition went so well, that I am now able to help others like myself see the dreams of freedom and a new life turn into reality. The power of Jesus Christ to transform people is clearly evident in this place of grace, mercy and love.
This place is a great benefit to the community. It takes pride in helping men reintegration and walks beside them with Christian Character.
I am so grateful for this opportunity to encourage anyone who has a relative who will be paroled soon, or people looking for a ministry you can trust, to invest your hard earned money into.
God bless everyone who owns a dwelling place that allows someone making the transition from prison back into society, to have a roof over their head! Not all transitional houses are created equal. I have a relative living at Kingdom Boundaries currently, so I offer the perspective of someone with first hand experience.
Many things are needed in order for someone on parole to not continue living their lives making destructive decisions. Please go to www.KingdomBoundaries.org and acquaint yourself with what they are committed to doing.
It is a place where strangers are welcome and the love of God is offered. The ministry is effective in making a difference in people’s lives, because they aren’t satisfied with merely providing housing. I assume every halfway house has rules, such as curfews. But the boundaries and multifaceted education at KB opens doors for the men, and has the potential to radically transform their lives.
After years of experience mentoring men, Kingdom Boundaries has the desire to stretch out their tent pegs. At the website you can learn about the desire the ministry has to build a building that would house more men and for the first time, accommodate women as well. Society has a lot of needs. By financially and prayerfully supporting KB, donors become invisible partners. I can’t be there, but I can contribute so that God can become more valuable to these men than what captivated them before. Complaining about crime isn’t effective. Kingdom Boundaries has proven what they are capable of doing. Please consider supporting them, too.
I work as a volunteer at one of the prisons from which released men find there way to KB. KB is a very essential step for many men to get reintegrated into society. Some men have been in prison for only a short time, others for decades. Many have been in prison multiple times. It is a shock to get out of prison and back into society. Very often these men are alien to there families, they have little to no money, and before they went to prison had problems. KB provides guidance and assistance concerning finances & housing, Christian based counseling and accountability is provided by people who understand and care. KB plays an important role in men getting their walk right before God and men.
I got to Kingdom Boundries 2 weeks ago (03-15-22), after a little over 5.5 years in prison. The first thing you feel is love from the staff, the guests and the board members, a sense of i'm in good in hands. Kingdom Boundries' other half if you will, Freedoms Gate Church, make sure the residents and those affiliated walk alongside us and give sound advice, teachings, life skills and accountability. There re-entry ministry is one that needs to expand to be able to have more of an opportunity to reach the healing, protect the young and help men and women grow in Christ as they are welcomed back home.
Jeff and Rhonda Haverhals do a wonderful job of leading this ministry. Kingdom Boundaries is a prison after care program that helps inmates to be successfully reintroduced into society. They offer great Spiritual help and support the inmate in finding a job and taking care of some of their physical needs such as a place to stay and a few other necessities. They are a Christ centered and biblically based ministry. Carl Van Voorst
Kingdom Boundaries is doing a fantastic job with the men who go through their program. Many have joined Freedom's Gate Church and are very active there. Others have found other Churches to join and be part of. They just need a bigger place to help with more men and also a place for women.
We’ve been on the board at KB about 3 years. We have seen God work in many ways for KB but more importantly in the lives of many men. We count it a privilege to be involved with this ministry. D & G Kok
I have been on the board for Kingdom Boundaries now for about 3 years . But that is not where my association with K.B. starts. About 8 years ago I was released from prison and was one of the first in the housing of K.B.
I have been privileged to not only receive the help I needed to get back into society , but also to help promote K.B. by telling my story in churches and even on the radio. Most of all I have been privileged also to help other men when they came out of prison.