YOU KEEP US ON THE ROAD AND IN PRISON
Pastors Mark & Suzan Mason left their position at a megachurch with a vision to use the thing they love (music) to tell others about the One that loves them. They made their full-time residence the "Glory Train" and accepted an invite to minister at a prison in Miami, FL in 2012. That one event has led to hundreds throughout the United States. Today, faithful financial partners keep them on the road and in prison 6-8 months ministering alongside many professional musicians, veteran prison workers and volunteers teams.
Life on the Verge is also a preferred artist ministry with Prison Fellowship.
In 2020, as a response to COVID-19 shutdown, Life on the Verge launched The Good Infection Project which provides ministry videos, print media and downloadable music to inmates throughout the country.
Continue to remember those in prison as if you were together with them in prison...Hebrews 13:3
IF ANYONE BE IN CHRIST THEY ARE A NEW CREATION
Mark & Suzan met in Mr. Minkowski's 7th grade homeroom class. Both went down a path of destruction as teenagers resulting in expulsion from school, drug addiction and numerous arrests. On November 23, 1982, at 19 years old, they knelt on the floor of their rundown apartment and cried out to God for help. He answered. They were married three weeks later and since then have served the local church as youth pastors, worship leaders, campus pastors and church planters. They have three adult children and four grandchildren
If anyone be in Christ, he is a new creation...2 Corinthians 5:17