B&H Publishing Group and Prison Fellowship® are teaming up in a special one-for-one launch campaign. 

For each purchase of Dr. Tony Evans' latest book "Detours: The Unpredictable Path to Your Destiny" redeemed online before February 28, 2017, one copy will be donated to Prison Fellowship.

January 19, 2017
Written by Prison Fellowship

How do you know if you would make a good mentor for someone in prison? In many ways, serving as a mentor—whether for a prisoner or for someone on the outside—is quite simple. In other ways, it’s not. The questions below should help you consider whether you are being called to a mentoring role or not.

January 18, 2017
Written by Zoe Erler and Dan Kingery

How do you explain incarceration to a child?

Crime affects many people. The oft-forgotten victims are the children of the incarcerated.

In this month's issue, Smithsonian Magazine focuses on the millions of American children who struggle every day with the effects of incarceration.

January 18, 2017
Written by Emily Greene

Prison Fellowship® did something new in 2016 for Angel Tree®. We partnered with Christian media and publishing company Zondervan to offer Angel Tree families free Bibles in either English or Spanish.

"What better way to deliver the Gospel message than to put a Bible in the home?" asks James Ackerman, Prison Fellowship's president and chief executive officer, in this week's Insider.

January 16, 2017
Written by Emily Greene

You did it! In 2016, nearly 300,000 children with incarcerated parents received Christmas gifts and the Gospel message thanks to your support and contributions.

In this week's Insider, Prison Fellowship® CEO James Ackerman thanks all of our Angel Tree® coordinators, volunteers, and donors for the incredible devotion they have shown these children.

January 11, 2017
Written by Emily Greene

Prison Fellowship Vice President for Advocacy and Public Policy Craig DeRoche

Yesterday, Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., went before the Senate for his confirmation hearing as Attorney General.

In the past, Sessions expressed skepticism of justice reform. He opposed bipartisan support for expanding rehabilitative programs in federal prison.

January 11, 2017
Written by Emily Greene

Diane Reyes doesn’t want anyone to get the wrong idea about why she started selling drugs at 19. She doesn’t blame the neighborhood on the southeast side of Houston, Texas, where she grew up, and only speaks well of her parents.

January 9, 2017
Written by Prison Fellowship