I am writing to inform you that my room number in my unit has changed so I can continue to receive the “Seed of Hope.” I have received the Seed but by the time the prison mailroom locates me it’s almost the end of the month. That’s all for that issue and thanks for the Seeds of Hope. They really mean a lot to me. Being in prison isn’t easy but they help me and when I receive mail from y’all I get excited because I don’t feel forgotten. “Remember those in prison as if you were there yourself. Remember also those being mistreated as if you felt their pain in your own bodies.” I truly feel this from you all. Thanks for everything you all provide during my time in prison. My birthday has just passed July 15 and I’m 38 and feeling great during this pandemic. Continue to keep not only me but everyone in prayers because being in prison they have very little concern about us. Once again thanks for the Seeds and your prayers.
-C in NC
Below is an excerpt from a letter from a prisoner whose tithe consists of sending stamps, which are hard to come by for him.