Faith Seeds Ministries

Faith Seeds Ministries focuses on "proclaiming liberty to the captives," according to Isaiah 61:1. Our mission is to teach Biblical principles to women in prison that result in freedom, restoration,  healing, and equipping for successful re-entry back into society.

This mission is achieved in several ways:

(a) Conducting Discipleship Seminars;

(b) Providing Biblical instruction through Correspondence Studies; and

(c) Equipping women with tools and skills for successful re-entry.

Our woman's prison ministry began in 2005.  We have a heart to see the Lord set captives free, restore broken lives, and bring healing to women who are behind bars.  We offer discipleship seminars, resources, and correspondence Bible Studies to incarcerated women across the United States.  

The ministry's Ruth Project provides women with information and resources to help in the process of successful re-entry.  This is done through our Human Trafficking Resource Information and our Housing Readiness Workshops and Information. We also provide backpacks filled with essentials to give to women releasing from correctional facilities to homelessness as well as serving other homeless populations through our program called #PackedHope.
Faith Seeds operates out of the Vineyard Church of Hopkinton, MA:

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Pointed in the right direction…
Restoration in the face of victimization…
Skills for family reconciliation…
Encouragement in adverse conditions…
Hope for the woman who does not know where to turn

Resources for Women in Need


We are partnering with several groups in its most recent program called #PackedHope.  Gently used backpacks that can be recycled are filled with essentials for women who are homeless. We have handed out 110 backpacks thus far and are always looking for donated supplies.

The items that may be donated include:

Gently used backpacks
Toothbrush, toothpaste, mouthwash
Deodorant, hand sanitizer, wipes, shampoo
Comb, brush, pony tail holders
Tissue packs, pen, notepad
Mints, Gum, Hard Candy
Granola Bars, Crackers, Ramen Noodles
Tea Bags, Hot Chocolate Packs, Baggies
Bottled Water, Nail Clippers, Band Aids

If you would like to donate any of these items or gently used backpacks, please contact us via e-mail:

The Ruth Project offers the following resources to women in need:


Provision of backpacks filled with essentials for homeless women

Housing Readiness and Re-entry Program

Information and action steps to prepare returning citizens for successful re-entry and residency in housing 

Human Trafficking Awareness and Resources:

A variety of awareness resources for community partners and key stakeholders
Rescue resources on a national and local level for women who are incarcerated due to trafficking
Rescue resources for at-risk women and children
Trauma and Stress Warning Signs and Resources

Parenting Resources:

Skill Building to establish and strengthen parenting capabilities

Action Steps for reconnecting mothers and children

New Facebook Groups

Be sure to visit our new Facebook group called Sacra Via, meaning The Sacred Journey.  You can request to join and share as we post prayers, Scriptures, and songs meant to encourage one another in the body of Christ.  We are following the liturgical calendar this year and are leading online Bible Studies.  We also created a group, Scripture Arts and Journaling, for those who are interested in learning and sharing about Bible Journaling and the creative expression of Scripture.


Sponsored by Faith Seeds Ministries

Saturday, December 16th, 2017

Pawtucket Emmanuel Nazarene Church

470 Smithfield Ave.  Pawtucket RI  02860

9AM to 12PM

Join us for an Advent Celebration Service on Dec. 16th, as we worship, pray and share God's word on this special season of Advent.  Following the service there will be a Bible Journaling class and napkin swap for those who are interested.