Chris Hendry led a cultural change as warden of a Florida prison. Now, he's the national director of the program that helped his former facility thrive.
Marjorie served as a TUMI instructor at Soledad State Prison from 2014 until she was diagnosed with cancer. Yet her impact continued.
Sam Dye was comfortable, well paid, and in charge as a director at a large government agency. Then he answered an unexpected request that ultimately led him to prison ministry.
Who is my neighbor? All we do—from within prison cells to halls of power—is in response to the biblical mandate "Love your neighbor as yourself."
For years she had led women into deeper relationship with Jesus. Her unexpected journey into prison was an answer to prayer.
From the ministry’s first-ever virtual Easter celebration to socially distanced Hope Events safely conducted outside the prison fence, Prison Fellowship is finding new ways to continue to bring the hope of the Gospel to incarcerated men and women.
Zackarie didn’t want to go to camp at first, but he’s so glad he did. More than a decade later, he remembers his weeks at camp as some of the best—and most transformative—of his life.