When it comes to helping prisoners transition successfully to life in their communities, some of the most important work occurs well before these men and women ever leave the correctional facility. In the most recent post to our video blog series, field director Denise Harris talks about some of the great things happening with Prison Fellowship’s intensive, in-prison programming. She shares about a recent visit to the Huron Valley Correctional Facility in Michigan, and a group of 23 “sisters on the rise” who are exploring positive ways to use their time behind bars as they prepare to return to society.
Prison Fellowship is always looking for men and women with a heart for ministry to come and walk alongside prisoners, former prisoners, and their families. There are opportunities to pray, mentor, volunteer in prison, and to partner financially with the ministry as we work to bring about restoration and renewal to those impacted by crime and incarceration. To learn more about how your or your church can get involved, visit www.prisonfellowship.org/action.