Emil Herzog is a Good News Chaplain at the Daviess County Detention Center. He has served as chaplain in Daviess County since March 2004.
Chaplain Emil Herzog serves as evangelist, pastor, counselor, mentor and friend to those who are incarcerated and the staff who guard and protect them.
Emil Herzog is passionate and humble about helping the incarcerated. He talked about the moment he heard God speak to His heart about becoming a Pastor.
He also speaks openly about the struggles the inmates wrestle with and how he shares the Gospel with them to give them hope and peace.
Emil raises his own salary through private donations and partnerships. If you would be willing to help him out with his efforts of bringing the good news of Jesus Christ to the inmates you can contact him here: Chaplain Herzog – Good News Jail & Prison Ministry
The Good News Jail & Prison Ministry is a Worldwide Ministry that believes every inmate in the world should hear the Good News of Jesus Christ so that they might become growing disciples .
Good News Jail & Prison Ministry is the largest independent supplier of chaplains for jails and prisons worldwide, serving in 22 states, 1 American territory and 25 countries.
The work of Good News Jail & Prison Ministry is to plant and build the church of Jesus Christ around the world. Their work takes them to places most would never consider – jails and prisons – where they are seeing God do amazing things in the hearts and lives of men, women and children behind bars.
Chaplain Herzog mentioned one of the greatest needs is to pray for the safety of the inmates, staff and everyone in the jail and prisons.
“Pray for us, for our conscience is clear and we want to live honorably in everything we do.” Hebrews 13:18