April Harden—a single mom and college student—was grateful for the Angel Tree gifts and summer camp sponsorship. But she never dreamed that this connection would one day sustain her through tragedy.
Caleb had chased the approval of others since he was a kid. He never dreamed his longing could lead to witnessing a murder and doing time.
When Raul stopped hiding in Costa Rica and returned to the United States, he knew prison awaited him. He anticipated the trial, the sentencing, and the loneliness. But God had more in store.
Prison Fellowship is called to "remember those in prison"—including the oft-overlooked correctional officers.
For Susan Nutt, the very worst time to volunteer turned out to be exactly right. Her cancer was progressing—could she really find time for prison ministry?
Every February, a handful of talented speakers and musicians head to Illinois for a week in prison. Their mission: to bring the Gospel to incarcerated men and women through a special Prison Fellowship Hope Event.