Prison Fellowship CEO James Ackerman shares an exciting announcement about the ministry's future.
"The board of directors is excited to have unanimously selected Heather Rice-Minus as the next leader of Prison Fellowship. Heather is uniquely positioned to move the ministry into its next era of transforming lives and redeeming broken systems, both behind bars and in the community."
Prison Fellowship®, the nation's largest Christian nonprofit serving prisoners, former prisoners, and their families, released the following statement after Congress failed to remedy existing inconsistent federal sentencing for crack and powder cocaine crimes.
Prison Fellowship® believes seeking justice calls us to champion justice that restores both for individuals and for entire systems that have been broken. That’s why we advocate for a criminal justice system that prioritizes fairness, community safety, and rehabilitation.
Prison Fellowship, the nation's largest Christian nonprofit serving prisoners, former prisoners and their families, released the following statement after the United States House of Representatives passed the Law Enforcement De-escalation Training Act of 2022.
As Prison Fellowship Angel Tree turns 40, the legacy of one former safecracker is irrefutable proof of the potential that’s behind bars, just waiting to come to light.
Prison Fellowship CEO James Ackerman has announced he will step down from the ministry in June 2024, with a plan for an orderly transition already in place.
Prison Fellowship is presenting the 2022 Charles Colson Advocate of Hope Award to retiring Sen. Rob Portman for boldly championing second chances and safer communities as a United States Senator.
Prison Fellowship President & CEO James Ackerman today announced his transition from leading the ministry, effective June 30, 2024.
Justice Ambassadors with a criminal record have stories to tell—and together with Prison Fellowship, they are making an impact in their communities.