Over 50 years ago, Sharon Wichman Jones won gold and bronze medals at the 1968 Summer Olympics. Today she's achieving a new personal best through generosity.
Incarceration is one of the best predictors of divorce. Elsy, Leyda, and their husbands were determined to beat the odds.
Jeff Walker finished a 13-year prison sentence in South Carolina. He got a job, his own place, and custody of his daughter. On Good Friday he’s going back to prison—as a musical artist with a message of hope for the men he left behind.
For parents like Grace—thrust into a position she never saw coming—the daily juggling act of solo parenting can feel insurmountable. But there’s great hope and joy to be found in the journey.
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Prison Fellowship and CrossWalk Center are partnering to place Houston-area Academy graduates in living-wage careers.
Legal troubles were part of Michelle’s family legacy, so when her boss asked for her “help” with the company’s taxes, it just seemed par for the course.
It's hard to count your blessings when you're coping with the day-to-day realities of prison. It's even harder during the holidays. But four prisoners have found several reasons to give thanks this year.
Not much changes day to day in a prison. But Prison Fellowship Hope Events, like recent ones in Texas, give refreshment and life-changing truth to men and women who need a new beginning. “I’m singing their song. I’ve been a drug addict, a criminal, a convict. I’ve come out on the other side because of my relationship with Jesus.”
A chance encounter brought Jean together with the family of the man who robbed her. Could victim and family find a way to move forward?