Kairos Outside Needs You

Kairos Outside ministers to women who are at least twenty years old and have been impacted by incarceration.  Through the dedication of volunteers and support of the community, we have two Weekends every year for our Guests.  Kairos Outside provides a safe weekend to share life experiences, struggles, and to learn more about the unconditional love of God. After the weekend we still enjoy fellowship and support from our sisters, creating a family bonded by acceptance and understanding. 

If you know a woman who has been impacted by incarceration, please give us the opportunity to serve her over a Kairos Outside weekend. Guest Reservation Forms can be found at mykairos.org under Downloads or llanoemmaus.org and can be mailed to Kairos Outside Lubbock, P.O. Box 65430, Lubbock, 79464. They may also be emailed to the address below. 

Christian volunteers are essential to this ministry.  In order to volunteer to serve in Kairos Outside, you must be a Christian (active in your local church) and at least twenty years old.  Being part of a Weekend is a rewarding experience for our Guests and for our teams.

We always need Day Angels who serve in the background insuring everything is done to make it the best possible experience for the Guests.  If you would like to serve for a few hours, the next Kairos Outside weekend is September 28th through September 30th.  The Day Angel application can be found at mykairos.org under downloads, or llanoemmaus.org.  After submitting an application, someone will contact you to answer any questions and to make arrangements for you to serve.

All Kairos Outside Weekends are covered in prayer.  If you would be willing to pray for Kairos Outside #16, please email your first name and town to kairosoutsidelubbock@gmail.com and your name will be added to our prayer chain.  You may pray at a specified time or agree to pray sometime during the Weekend.    

And all this is from God, who has reconciled us to Himself through Christ, and given us the ministry of reconciliation; namely, God was reconciling the world to Himself in Christ, not counting their trespasses against them and entrusting to us the message of reconciliation. So we are ambassadors for Christ, as if God were appealing through us. We implore you on behalf of Christ to be reconciled to God.”  ~ 2 Corinthians 5:18-20

Please pray and think about who in your life needs Kairos Outside, who in your life can help Kairos Outside, and remember sometimes the person that can help or needs help the most is you.

  • Kat McCoy