are told by 2 who impacted the prison system of the US:
Chaplain Harry Howard, who has been a protestant chaplain at San Quentin for 14 years. He was chaplain at the California Youth Training School in Ontario, California, for 14 years before coming to San Quentin. He has a Master of Divinity degree and a Doctor of Ministry degree, both from the American Baptist Seminary of the West in Berkeley, California. Harry and his wife, Kay, live on the prison grounds at San Quentin. They have held training seminars across the United States and Canada for volunteers in jail and prison mmistiy. Chaplain Howard has also served as president of the Association of Christian Prison Workers for one year. This organization was begun by Come ten Boom.
Chaplain Ray. The Los Angeles Times stated that Chaplain Ray has probably been in more prisons than any other man in history. For years his International Prison Ministry has been providing millions of Bibles, Bible Study Books, LifeChanging Books, and Scripture Greeting Cards free to prisoners in the United States and Canada. His dynamic ministry has led thousands from crime to Christ He and his wife, Leola, can be heard daily on over 100 radio stations as they air their nationwide broadcast Chaplain Ray?s films, depicting life behind prison walls, have been shown in over 40,000 churches, and his television programs have reached from coast to coast.