Jesus Loves the Prisoners

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Rev. Dr. Clifton Charles is Senior Pastor of the Worldwide Church of God (known in the U.S. as Grace Communion International) congregations in Barbados and Trinidad & Tobago. He also teaches economics at the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill, Barbados.

Clifton and his wife, Pearl, planned and hosted DNA vision conferences in Trinidad in 2009 and in Tobago in 2011 which were facilitated by Bob Moffitt and Darrow Miller.

Clifton and Pearl were married in 1973. They have no children. Pearl travels with him most of the time as an active ministry partner.

In this brief video about the impact of DNA principles, Pearl shares the moving account of joining others to minister to women in prison and the transformation that Christ has worked.

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