Mike Johnson couldn’t believe the man on the book cover was standing outside his cell. Thirty-seven years later, he still feels the impact of Chuck Colson’s words.
Prison Fellowship has a long history of going behind bars at Easter.
When he was promoted to head manager, Brandon became responsible for hiring new employees. And he knew exactly the kind of people he wanted.
As a boy, he envisioned money and protection—and joined a gang to find it. Could Martin learn a new way of seeing?
For many parents, incarceration means taking a back seat. But when it came to loving and teaching his daughter, Lazaro was tenacious.
Calvina skipped a night of sleep so her boys to play football with other kids in their situation. She had no idea that God would minister to her, too.
Parents in prison learn Prison Fellowship Angel Tree encompasses so much more than Christmas gifts.
First he was the victim—then he was the perpetrator. How could Dillon’s childhood of pain lead to anything but more brokenness?
For years, the last thing Michelle wanted was transparency. She had way too much to hide. What would happen when God brought her secrets to light?
Christ Church New Bern realized they could do more for Angel Tree Kids in their area. First came Camp Hope. But God wasn't finished.
Early abuse in Chanda's life gave way to self-destructive behavior and unrelenting loss. Could anyone redeem her from such brokenness?