Retired professional athletes sharing the Gospel and its message of hope in prisons, jails, and juvenile facilities since 2011.
Video below shows a typical jail pod where sharing normally occurs.
"...I was in prison and you visited me." Matthew 25:36
Smaller, separate and self-contained housing units known as "pods" or "modules" are designed to hold 16 to 50 prisoners and are arranged around exercise yards or support facilities in a decentralized "campus" pattern. The pods contain tiers of cells arranged around a central control station or desk from which a single officer can monitor all the cells and the entire pod, control cell doors and communicate with the rest of the prison.