#55: Worshipping with people in prison (with Jaye Thomas)

Everyone wants Jesus, especially Christians. We sing, “Jesus would you come!” So where is Jesus to be found? He is to be found among the naked, the poor, the stranger, the sick and the incarcerated.
— Jaye Thomas

Jaye Thomas is a world-renowned worship leader and songwriter from Kansas City and a good friend of mine. Jaye and his wife Nayomi recently left the staff of IHOP to focus on their ministry, Song of Hope. With three primary pillars: Bible study, community discipleship and worship for people in prison, Jaye and Nayomi are actively ministering the love of God to people in church and out of church. Jaye and I discussed freedom, hope, self-righteousness and seeing Jesus in people we don’t expect to find him in.

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