KAIROS Prison Ministry International Statement of Faith
The people of Kairos are called by God to share the love of Christ with those impacted by incarceration.  Kairos encourages believers from a variety of Christian traditions to be volunteers in this Christ‐filled ministry.  Kairos programs offer to prison residents, their families, and those who work with them the opportunity to receive God’s forgiveness through faith in Jesus Christ, and to grow in their faith and servant hood in Christian community  We stand on the common ground of the following elements of faith:

We in Kairos believe:
The Bible is God’s authoritative and inspired word for our faith and our lives.
In the Trinity of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
In the deity, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Friendship with God is a free gift, for God so loved the world that He gave His one and only son so that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life.
The love of Jesus Christ motivates His followers to provide food for the hungry, drink to the thirsty, welcome to the stranger, clothes for the  naked and visits to the sick and those in prison.
In sharing the love and forgiveness of Jesus Christ with all incarcerated individuals, their families and to those who work with them inside and outside the correctional institution.

Testimony of Faith from a Kairos attendee
I can never repay Kairos for what it has done for me.  I came to the Kairos weekend filled with hate, anger and deceit.  I only came because I heard that there would be good food, but I didn’t want anybody in my face about God.  But as I began to hear these men talk about how God loved me so much that he sent Jesus, His own son to die in myplace so that I would be free, something started to happen to me.  I began to experience a kind of love that I had never seen or felt before.  I now understand that it was the love of God, offered to me by His people.  I made a mess of my life and ended up in prison.  My family abandoned me and society had written me off.  I was worthless, and I felt that way.  Life had lost all meaning for me – I was like a balloon with nothing inside.  But these Kairos men fed me with the Word of God, and now I hunger after Him.  I will be forever grateful to Kairos for showing me that the way to freedom is through the cross of Christ.
A Kairos Inmate Testimony
Mark W. Michael Unit
Tennessee Colony, Texas