The Master’s Plan

This book is raising hope among these young men that their lives are not over, that despite their crime they have value, and that they can succeed.

An Execution, 19 shootings and 6 losses

Yesterday was a sobering day. Even in such a challenging day, we are able to hear juveniles’ pain and pray that God will give them healing and hope.

Water of Life

After asking him questions related to repentance and hearing his affirmative answers I prayed over the bottle of water and as he held some paper towels under his chin I poured out the water upon his head and said, “Malcolm, I baptize you in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.”

Open Doors

As 2019 winds down unCUFFED has much to be thankful for. God has opened doors for us to reach more incarcerated boys and girls.

“This is my beloved Son..”

An engaged and loving father is the most powerful man-making force on the planet. The opposite is also true. When fathers are absent, physically or emotionally, the wounds that results are profound.

unCUFFED’s Time of Need

In December of last year, we sensed God drawing us to serve more kids. After a successful fundraising event we took a step of faith and moved towards expansion. The

Why I Work with unCUFFED

I will be forever grateful that I was able to live life with Raine and that because of knowing her I now have the privilege of sharing my life and God’s Word with some amazing young men like Reed.

“Preach the Gospel at all times. Use words if necessary.” -Francis of Assisi?

"Preach the Gospel at all times. Use words if necessary." -Francis of Assisi?

unCUFFED’s Golf Tournament and the Power of Giving

When Danny Reedy, unCUFFED board member, first suggested and chaired the ministry’s annual golf tournament back in 2016, he faced a challenge. With only six months to plan and business owners “over saturated” by giving opportunities and requests, Danny found it “difficult to get sponsorships,” which are essential to successful golf events. Nevertheless, God provided…

First Impressions

Going into Hickey School for the first time, I had no idea what to expect. I had never been inside a correctional facility before, so I was nervous and full of questions—where should I park? What would security be like? What would the inside actually look like? Would I feel safe? Would the guards be…