Prayer Letter June 2021


“But when he saw the multitudes, he was moved with compassion on them, because they fainted, and were scattered abroad, as sheep having no shepherd.”

Matthew 9:36


June 24, 2021

Dear  Brethren,

I pray this letter finds you all doing well. As the country begins to open back up the Lord has been opening more doors and opportunities to serve.

Since our last prayer letter, the Lord has allowed me to be able to preach in the prison once again. By the grace of God, I am able to preach every Sunday morning in the prison where I volunteer as a chaplain. He has also allowed me to start coming back in daily as well.

On May 22, 2021, our son, Nate, graduated high school. It is a blessing to see how he has grown as a young man as well as a child of God. He gave a speech at his graduation that blessed my soul. Instead of speaking of himself and what he was going to do, he gave a Gospel presentation. Please pray for him as he seeks the Lord’s will for his life.

Also, pray for another new opportunity that our ministry has been given in South Carolina. This is the third prison where we have been approved to preach from the prison parking lot in a car and broadcast it through a radio transmitter so that the men inside the prison are able to tune into a clear radio signal and listen. We have had reports from a prison in North Carolina where were we do this ministry that a few men had asked the Lord to save them as a result of these services. To God be the glory!

We are seeing things that may indicate the prisons may be opening back up in the next few months. We are praying that they do. The sooner the better. Please make this a matter of prayer.

             In recent days, I had the privilege of going to Arkansas to one of our supporting churches. My Pastor was preaching a revival there and I gave an update on the prison ministry while there. It is always to a blessing to be able to worship and fellowship with the brethren.

As always, I want to thank you for your continued faithfulness in giving and for your prayers. May God continue to richly bless you in all you do for Him. 


                   “Remembering them that are in bonds, as bound with them;” (Heb. 13:3)

 Your Missionaries to the Prisons,

 Jason Kersh and family

Matthew 7:21

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