Weldon French stopped by to look at the plans for a worship center at the women’s prison in Burnet.
“Yeah, I guess that’s right,” Stevenson said with a laugh.
Joseph’s Hammer’s only goal is to raise enough money to build a chapel at the Texas Department of Criminal Justice’s Ellen Halbert Unit, a women’s prison in Burnet. Each year, approximately 1,100 women pass through the substance abuse felony punishment facility.
100 Man Give A Damn Picks Joseph's Hammer as its Latest Charity - September 25, 2019
Volunteer Appreciation Dinner for the Ellen Halbert Unit Volunteers on August 23, 2019
Pictured are: Pam Stevenson, Warden Moore, and Helen Smith
Helen Smith on KBey – July 16, 2019
Helen Smith with Joseph's Hammer stopped by the KBEY studio this morning to tell us about their effort to raise $600,000 to build an 8,000-sqft chapel facility for faith-based classes and related activities at the women's prison in Burnet.Listen to "Joseph's Hammer needs your help" on Spreaker.
Sip, Pop & Shop Fundraiser - June 6, 2019
Be The Light: HUB Radio Network June 5, 2019
Randall and Janett Parsons interview Pam Stevenson of the Joseph’s Hammer prison ministryListen to "Joseph's Hammer" on Spreaker.