Operation Hope Prison Ministry739 North Denver Avenue, Suite A Tulsa, OK 74106
Operation Hope helps men and women as soon as they are released to navigate the obstacles in order to meet their basic needs like housing, employment and community.
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GLENPOOL CONFERENCE CENTER
(Just minutes from the Creek Turnpike)
12205 S Yukon Avenue, Glenpool
Adventure begins at 6 pm
Your passport to fun includes:
Dinner! Drinks! Auction!
Super Raffles! Social Hour!
Master of Ceremonies: Tulsa’s own Bob Carpenter.
Call 918 599-0663 for more information
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OHPM receives referrals from:
- Oklahoma Department of Corrections
- Case Managers, Halfway Houses and Work Centers
- Sate and Federal Parole Officers
- City and County Jails
- Muscogee (Creek) Nation
- Family, friends and past clients
- Other Prison Ministries
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Men, Women and Children affected by incarceration that were served by Operation Hope in 2016
Number of backpacks Operation Hope gives away each year
Help sponsor a meal or donate craft supplies to incarcerated veterans for their service projects.
Pray for mentors willing to be positive role models in the lives of ex-offender's during their first year, post release.
Operation Hope began as a mission project of a Sunday School Class of Asbury United Methodist Church in 1995.
Give the gift of hope.
“Thank you Daddy!”
Had a ‘walk in’ client come in for a needs assessment for at OHPM When we were talking, I ask him if he had done Bedtime Stories in prison. He told me a story of how he was never there for any of his 6 kids lives, but when he got his act together the 7th year of his 8 year sentence… he did the Bedtime Stories for all 6 of his children! He really didn’t know if the stories he recorded with a personal message at the end would make it to his kids, until he finally got a hold of his 16-year-old daughter.
She told him “Thank you daddy, I loved that CD, and I listen to it every night before I go to bed.” I was so happy to hear this news that I cried. I told him that I was right now making C.D.’s to send with the books to the children.
So I realized that the Bedtime Stories… that I so love to do, has a real impact in the lives of many people. The ripple effect of Bedtime Stories is truly the start of restoring families. I am so thankful to God for allowing me this opportunity to be a part of this wonderful ministry. I have learned so much not only from my experiences but from all the clients that walk through these doors.