The Prisoner’s Journey

CLAUDIA | Colombia

Claudia is known, in her hometown community of San José de Uré, Colombia, as a hardworking woman, who strives to provide for her children. But when Claudia was hired as a housekeeper for a farm managed by a criminal of the Criminal Gangs (BACRIM), the Colombian law enforcement authorities saw her as a member of the Criminal Gangs illegal armed group. Claudia was arrested and sent to prison. She has served a year.

Claudia lives to support her family and being in prison is excruciatingly difficult, but Claudia found hope and a purpose to her time in prison.

She met Jesus through The Prisoner’s Journey in-prison evangelism and discipleship program.

She says, “Despite the distress you live [while] in prison, Jesus has made my time here make sense; I have met my Lord in prison. May God bless all those people who have Jesus in their hearts through The Prisoner’s Journey  throughout the world.”

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