Skills For Life Prison Ministry changing lives through servant leadership and communication skills. This program needs to be in our nation's schools.

 

Inmate Letters


 

Letter from B. W. D.

Clemens Unit

Brazoria, Texas

 

       February 23, 2005

       Dear Mr. Arnold,

       Sir, I want to say that Toastmasters is a blessing. I do enjoy it very much. It is encouraging to know that as a Christian I can be free to be a Christian in Toastmasters. I believe that I have grown in confidence, especially before an audience.

     I personally have gained a lot, because I have put my heart into achieving. I’m on my 9th speech, whereas most are only on their 3rd or 4th, and I started months later than anyone else.

     I want to encourage you to continue the race. I would never have dreamed of anything like this in prison. Toastmasters is a good, no, a great thing, and unless you see it from the inside with your own eyes, you will never know just how much of a blessing this really is. And I don’t mean when we perform, but once it is all over and we walk away with a sense of accomplishment from a life of struggles.

     I do thank you very much sir. Mostly, I thank God for you and your dedication.

Truly,