On Friday, June 13, auto mechanic Bryant Collins was driving down Highway 72 in Georgia when he saw something peculiar on the side of the road.

“I had seen something out of the corner of my eye, and I thought it was a baby,” Collins recounted.

June 18, 2014
Written by Steve Rempe

The following post originally appeared as a BreakPoint radio commentary.

For a long time, Prison Fellowship has believed that the United States incarcerates far too many people at far too high a cost. What’s more, that cost does not take into account an important set of victims: the innocent children of offenders.

June 16, 2014
Written by Eric Metaxas

Ninety percent of runaways and homeless children are from fatherless homes. So are 63 percent of teens who commit suicide, and 39 percent of jail inmates. When it comes to kids’ well-being, nothing is more beneficial than a loving, supportive relationship with their fathers.

June 13, 2014
Written by Jim Liske
Through Prison Fellowship’s faith-based life-skills classes and reentry programs, God’s people have an open door to share the hope and freedom of Christ with hundreds of thousands of prisoners. As Prison Fellowship ends the fiscal year, will you help us reach incarcerated men and women through a fiscal year-end gift? To give a gift that will prepare prisoners for success on the outside, please visit, www.prisonfellowship.org.
June 13, 2014
Written by Rebekah L. Stratton
While most children with a parent in prison wouldn't be able to afford attending a summer camp, church sponsorships allow the kids to get away from home and leave their worries behind.
June 12, 2014
Written by Rebekah L. Stratton

I had the privilege of performing a wedding last weekend. The bride is a godly young woman, and the groom is a fine young man and Jesus follower. As a couple they are a matching set. One can see how God has created them for each other and will use them mightily.

June 6, 2014
Written by Jim Liske
Robyn, an inmate participating in Prison Fellowship's Prisoners to Pastors program, has begun a prayer movement at her prison in California.
June 5, 2014
Written by Rebekah L. Stratton

As my friend Quovadis Marshall, the director of spiritual development at Prison Fellowship Ministries, likes to say, Christians aren’t primarily saved from something – we are saved for Someone. Yes, Jesus, redeems us from our sins, and that’s hugely important. But we are saved in order to have a relationship with the living God who loves us.

May 30, 2014
Written by Jim Liske
Inside Journal, Prison Fellowship's newspaper for America's prisons, spent a few minutes talking with Bradford about some of the most pivotal moments of his life and what he’s learned about fatherhood along the way.
May 28, 2014
Written by Zoe Erler
As the leader of Camp Agape and Prison Fellowship’s field director in Hawaii, Roy wakes up every morning determined to help prisoners and their families experience true Paradise, knowing and loving the God who made him a new man.
May 27, 2014
Written by Alyson R. Quinn