Letters
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Kairos of West Virginia
In Kairos, Support Volunteers may be asked to write agape letters. One of the most effective ways for an inmate to feel the love and acceptance of Christ (through the team) is in the form of hand-written letters. After 5 years in prison, 95% of the inmates have no contact whatsoever with outside family or friends. A personal note expressing Christian love is a powerful message!

However, one of the most difficult tasks for many new Kairos support vplunteer members is figuring out HOW to write agape letters. This page will hopefully make things a little easier.



General Guidelines:
•Before writing, pray that the Holy Spirit would guide your hand as you write.
•Letters must be handwritten and original. Photocopies or computer-printed letters are not nearly as effective as one in your own hand... even if your penmanship is not the best.
•Keep everything upbeat and positive.
•There should be no mention of crimes.
•Letters need not be lengthy but should be more the one or two lines.
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