Prison Ministry and Reintegration

In this episode, Kymberli Cook, Anna Schaefer, Tristan Tenny, and Dan Brygger discuss prison ministry, focusing on how the church can minister to prisoners and ex-offenders.

About the Contributors

Anna Schaefer

Anna is passionate about prison ministry because one can visibly see God working and changing lives. She has three children and four grandchildren.

Dan Brygger

Dan and his wife René minister to inmates in the state prisons of Wisconsin. They lead a large team of volunteers who have a “win-build-send” ministry inside the prisons. Using every opportunity possible to introduce inmates to Christ, they begin the building process through Bible studies, discipleship groups, and individual appointments. They then train the Christian inmates how to use creative initiative evangelism among their fellow prisoners. The Bryggers also represent Campus Crusade for Christ in Operation Starting Line, a nationwide evangelistic collaboration of prison ministries.

Kymberli Cook

Kymberli Cook is a doctoral student in Theological Studies at Dallas Theological Seminary and serves as the Senior Administrator at the Hendricks Center, overseeing Cultural Engagement events and efforts, pastoral relationships, and creative design. She holds a Master of Theology from DTS and resides in Dallas with her husband and daughter.