Drugs and fraud sent Brittany to prison, but God was waiting for her. “Prison would set the stage for the rest of my life,” she shares. Read on to discover how God redeemed Brittany from her past and gave her hope for the future.
“I can never make the day of the accident vanish as if it didn’t exist. It happened. But I can be restored.” Amy, a Prison Fellowship Academy graduate, reveals what happened when she stopped running from God and finally began to grow.
"God's grace has changed me and made me into a totally different person."
Angelina found her voice and her calling when she went to prison. Serving a long sentence, Angelina is helping lead women to walk better lives with Christ.
People might believe mothers in jail weren’t good mothers to their children.
I’m the mother of a witty 15-year-old son and a bubbly 8-year-old daughter. As a single mom, I proudly took on all the responsibilities of parenting.
Kelsey and her mom had a destructive relationship, bonding over drug abuse and addiction.
Susan blamed her mother for everything that went wrong in her life. Until Prison Fellowship Academy taught her about forgiveness.
Prison Fellowship Academy graduate Darcy shares her testimony and the calling God has on her life as a woman of impact walking in freedom.
Darcy Jo knew how to hold a grudge. She struggled with forgiveness. and would rather end a friendship than confront her bitterness. So what changed?
Meri reflects on how her former loyalties and desires led her down a journey of despair. But today she's on a journey of restoration.
Susan trusted herself over God, and it led her to a life of crime and incarceration. In this letter, she writes to her younger self what she has learned over the years.
Prison Fellowship Academy is changing lives through Christ.
"I've known God throughout my life but never on an intimate level."
Kelly from Shakopee shares how she deals with loneliness while serving her prison sentence.
Emily is leaving Shakopee for the world outside, and it's a lot to process.