Represent Justice, Prison Fellowship, Plus One Society, and the Cleveland Cavaliers partnered to shine a light on the hope and redemption found inside an Ohio prison.
Prison Fellowship commissioned Barna Group to survey Christians in America about prison conditions and caring for prisoners. Here’s what we learned.
The term “social justice” can be misunderstood. Prison Fellowship’s Craig DeRoche explains what social justice is and why it’s important for all Christians.
Freedom of religion is called the first freedom for a reason. Our Founding Fathers recognized that without freedom of conscience, no other freedom can be guaranteed.
Most of the people at the Church of Acts in Oklahoma City are coming from addiction, homelessness, or prison. Read what it’s like inside the self-proclaimed ‘church of liars, dreamers, and misfits,’ and why so many former prisoners are finding a home there.
Are you interested in advocacy or on the fence about getting involved in justice reform? See what happened when a husband and wife experienced their first Congressional meetings to lobby for change.
Going on lockdown at a correctional facility can put the entire population—prisoners and correctional officers—on edge. In a world where it's, "Every man for himself!" can community thrive?
Through Christmas presents and loving volunteers and churches, Angel Tree takes what begins as a tragedy for many families—the incarceration of their loved one—and turns it into a blessing.
Freelance photographer Erica Daniels’ father was incarcerated when she was a young girl. Years later, she found herself snapping photos of kids with a similar story and reflecting on her past. “I love seeing kids have fun. They're just free here.”