HOPE FOR PRISONERS

Bringing hope to prisoners through books and media containing former inmates' changed life stories.

DONATIONS

Donations can be made by:

1. Interac  e-Transfers to Sheila Hollands at  shollands@hebron.ca  for Hebron Ministries
OR
2. Mailing cheques to Hebron Ministries Incorporated
OR
3. Clicking on:  CanadaHelps.org

 

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Products include books and media items -  are available by e-mailing your request to
Hebron Ministries Inc. shollands@hebron.ca 

Items can be received for a DONATION or purchased through Paypal from our STORE.

 Increased Postal costs are included for single book orders.
 

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Hope Manor - Closed Custody Youth
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News
Current Newsletter
May 01, 2017
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Ernie Hollands Story "Hooked"
March 04, 2017
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Book Release
October 20, 2016
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40th ANNIVERSARY VIDEO PRESENTATION FROM THE BANQUET
May 16, 2016
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Prison Chains Broken - Audio Book
January 05, 2016
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Read "Ernie Hollands" Story in the latest issue of "Christian Life in London"
November 01, 2015
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Captured For Good DVD LINK
November 01, 2015
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Articles
Ernie Hollands Life story

Ernie was stealing guns at age 9. His criminal career included bank robberies, and attempted murder of a police officer. He served  25 years in combined sentences across Canada and the USA.  He would escaped from prison 5 times. Ernie was told about Christ in prison.  As a result Ernie life was revolutionized by God. He was released early, and for the next 20 years travelled sharing his life story in prisons & in society, in many countries seeing countless lives transformed by Christ.  

 

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Sheila Hollands Story

Sheila was widowed with 3 small children, and was the answer to Ernie's prayer for a ready-made family. Following their marriage Sheila took on the care of ministry administration. Sheila's responsibilities expanded with the opening of Hebron Farm, a residence for ex-inmates, near Peterborough.  Then God impressed Sheila regarding the need for Canadian Prison Literature, and "Prison Chains Broken" was published - Ernie's prison friends that had come to faith in Christ. Since Ernie's death Sheila has continued to write & edit changed life stories.  This has expanded into media items. Only God knows what the future holds! 

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