Prison Ministry

Operation EquipKenneth and Gloria Copeland’s hearts are especially tender towards men and women who are in prison. This why we have a team to minister on their behalf to those behind bars.

Within the mission statement of KCM, the Prison Ministry Outreach Team has been directed to minister to prisoners in the following ways:

  1. Leading them to a saving faith through the Lord Jesus Christ (John 3:16)
  2. Agreement in prayer
  3. Providing on request, free teaching material that is offered through the Prison Equip Development program.
  4. Answering Bible questions within the realm of the prison ministry gifts of Kenneth and Gloria Copeland.

Getting involved

  • If you are an inmate, just contact us and we will write back with a copy of The Believer’s Voice of Victory and tell you how you can ask for a free Bible and daily devotional.
  • If you are a prison chaplain or involved in ministry to inmates in any way, contact us and ask for details of how our Christian prison ministry can supply you with free materials.

Along with our regular edition of the Believer’s Voice of Victory magazine, available free of charge to anyone who requests it, whether they are in prison or not, Our prison ministry places each inmate onto our Prison Equip program. This provides a quarterly teaching free of charge, to assist inmates with their study of God’s Word.

It is our desire to see them grow strong in their faith and walk with God.

Although we concentrate on providing books, bibles, audio messages, and our contact is mostly by correspondence, if you are a Chaplain or minister in a prison, please contact us to enquire about our free products to resource prison libraries or even the possibility of a visit by our prison team to lead or take part in a service.



  • “I was so pleased to read that KCM prison ministry is growing. Three years ago I was imprisoned for a 12 week period. In this time I decided to see if there really was any truth in God as I was contemplating suicide. I am so glad I gave Christ Jesus a chance. He turned up and I have not looked back since. I gave my life to Jesus and was given a KCM bible. This bible is part of my testimony. Since leaving prison I have been writing to women in prison across the country to encourage them to lean on Jesus.”

    Former Inmate, UK
  • “God bless you! Thank you for the Bibles and other materials that you have sent us. I know they will be a blessing for our residents. The other good thing about the NKJV Bible is the larger print which helps the residents to read the Scriptures clearly. They are very grateful to Kenneth Copeland Ministries Europe for the love they have for those in prison. From them all, they would like to say: Thank you and God Bless!”

    Rev Lonnie Haye, Religious Affairs Manager IRC Yarl’s Wood