Prison Fellowship is working alongside lawmakers to raise up a voice for justice that restores. Let's reflect on what we have achieved together.
Kelly Simmons' fourth-grade teacher planted a seed in her to serve as an agent of change. Later, becoming a Justice Ambassador was a call she could not ignore.
A prison ministry pastor shares his heart for giving men and women the second chances they need to adapt to life after prison.
Reentry specialist Aaron Oda explains the barriers faced by men and women returning from prison—and gives tips on how a supportive community can help.
Just as God offers us a fresh start, we can offer a second chance to people with a criminal record. Here are 6 ways for your church to support second chances!
You can be the key to unlocking second chances for people who have faced their consequences, so they can flourish in society! Here are 7 ways to get started.
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.
Justice Ambassadors with a criminal record have stories to tell—and together with Prison Fellowship, they are making an impact in their communities.