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.
During the most challenging time of their careers, chaplains looked to Prison Fellowship as they embraced new ways to serve the prisoners in their care.
When wildfires raged near his prison, Dominic was evacuated to a new facility—and he left his most prized possession behind. Then he and his cellmate started a search that changed everything.
Damion wasn’t even wearing shoes the first time he sat in the back of a police car. By the time the young man got to prison, he had one goal: survive.
Host a Second Chance Sunday this April and help create a church culture in which everyone feels free to embrace one another in Christ.
April 18-24, 2021, is National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, a time to honor victims and recommit to serving their needs. A crucial first step in caring for victims of crime is to mourn with those who mourn, as Romans 12:15 says.
When Mike stood up in the courtroom, he faced the boy who killed his son. Then Mike spoke the words only God could have given him.
So, you’re excited for that new job. You’ve got the qualifications. It’s all coming together—until one thing makes the opportunity fall apart.
No drug could soothe Teresa’s pain for long. In an Oklahoma prison cell she prayed, God, I feel like you’re the only One who can heal me.
In prison, Brooke was drawn to the thrill of "the game" and seeing what she could get away with. She wanted to change—but would she?
James received a sentence of 25 years to life behind bars. In the Academy, he has found a new reason to live—even if he’s never released.