By his early 20s, Stanley Andrisse had a lengthy criminal history. The prosecutor said he would never make anything of his life. Stanley had other plans.
Sheena helps returning citizens as a Prison Fellowship Justice Ambassador and runs a reentry organization in North Carolina. And she’s doing more than she ever imagined possible.
From COVID-19 relief for prisoners, to policing reform, to higher education behind bars, the Prison Fellowship network of justice advocates has made a difference for those affected by crime and incarceration.
Camp was a refreshing change from many of Mike’s past experiences. It was a chance to get away from life’s challenges and experience God’s love.
Todd Pierce uses his skills to bridle, bit, and saddle unbroken young horses at Hope Events for incarcerated people on prison yards nationwide.
Marcus and Sylvia’s tireless work made all the difference for families who have been kept apart by incarceration and the ongoing pandemic.
A coffee shop. A former prisoner. A second chance. Michael realized ministry doesn’t always look like one person speaking at a pulpit, and a second chance can change everything.
Behind bars, Jeff received a letter from his daughter’s mother. One thing she wrote stood out to him: “You are in so much trouble. Only God can save you now.”
When Adriana’s nephew faced serious criminal charges, her family didn’t know how to handle it. Then Adriana began searching for resources and for hope, and she found something that changed her life.
Prison Fellowship’s latest report, The Road to Redemption, examines how parole, earned time, and good time credits provide active forms of accountability and redemption.