Trinity Reformed Church, Moscow: “Jamin Update”

Email from Trinity Reformed Church, Moscow | July 27, 2006

Trinity Reformed Church, Moscow, sent the following email to the congregation on behalf of criminal Jamin Wight, while he was incarcerated for felony Injury to a Child.

From: Trinity Reformed Church
Date: Jul 27, 2006 at 7:20 AM
Subject: Jamin Update

Jamin Update
Jamin says that he is physically well and very happy, growing more content each day. He says, “It didn’t take me very long to see that God has a definite purpose in my being here. The harvest is ready and the laborers are few.”

Jamin says it’s a beautiful location. They occasionally play softball on Saturdays among other opportunities for recreation. There is plenty of time for reading, but the selection is limited. Books may be sent, but they must be approved and then sent directly from the publisher wrapped in plastic. They all get up at 5:00 every morning and get to bed by 9:00 or 10:00 each night. He says the food is okay, but they use a lot of soy filler which bothers his stomach. However, he was told he will adjust to it, but he has his doubts.

Jamin is thankful for all of the people who are concerned for him as well as praying for him and writing to him. He misses being with his family and friends, but in terms of ministry, he says, “I truly feel like I am at home. I truly feel like I belong here.”

Lindsey Leithart
Trinity Reformed Church Secretary
PO Box 9029
Moscow, Idaho 83843