Before she ever saw the lush beauty of an Oregon campground, Lucy had seen things no child should experience. Angel Tree Camping showed her she wasn’t alone. Her mom says, “She walked out of there a totally different person.”
An in-prison program seemed like a “beacon” calling to Hamid—the source of light he always needed.
What made Lori a “perfect fit” for prison ministry wasn’t only her education or experience. It was a willingness to serve.
Quilts are made to warm the heart, not just the body. That’s why pastor Renae Calva partnered with a group of quilters to make blankets for 18 returning citizens.
A diverse coalition of Christian organizations, pastors, and leaders today announced the Prayer & Action Justice Initiative, a nationwide effort to advocate for racial justice and nonpartisan police reforms across America.
Parents play a unique and irreplaceable role in their children’s lives. So how can incarcerated parents still actively fill that role from behind bars?
A group of men inside an Oregon prison hosted a barbeque, a walkathon, and fundraising booths to raise money for Angel Tree.
When the Spirit of God moves, even the toughest of prisoners cannot stand in His way.
A new, exclusive Facebook group allows Prison Fellowship Academy alumni to connect and support one another, even from afar.