Prison Fellowship Issues Statements Regarding FBI Report Citing the Largest Single Year Increase in Homicide Crimes, Despite Decrease in Overall Crime Rate by 5 Percent from 2019
During Will’s incarceration, I learned how damaging prison culture can be. Some of our phone calls frightened me. I feared for his safety. And I kept thinking, “There has to be a better way.”
We sat down with the Prison Fellowship's video production team—Topher Hall, Drew Darby, Chad Prince, and Emily Andrews—for a behind-the-scenes look at what they learned making the film.
Marcus and Sylvia’s tireless work made all the difference for families who have been kept apart by incarceration and the ongoing pandemic.
For returning citizens, reentry can be a second prison. In Prison Fellowship's new documentary, three former prisoners share their journeys.
When Adriana’s nephew faced serious criminal charges, her family didn’t know how to handle it. Then Adriana began searching for resources and for hope, and she found something that changed her life.
Prison Fellowship’s latest report, The Road to Redemption, examines how parole, earned time, and good time credits provide active forms of accountability and redemption.
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."
Civil rights, faith, law enforcement, and justice reform organizations urge Department of Education to prioritize Pell grant restoration for incarcerated students.
Follow us on Twitter at @JusticeReform each week as we discuss the many issues facing people with criminal records in America.
U.S. Senate resolution supports breaking down unnecessary barriers for people with criminal records.
The “Alternatives to Incarceration Act” and the “Re-entry Success Act” are now headed to Governor Lee’s desk for signature.
It's been a difficult year, but thanks to God, it has also been a year of transformation. To celebrate what God has done, here are our top 12 stories.
Host a Second Chance Sunday this April and help create a church culture in which everyone feels free to embrace one another in Christ.
April 18-24, 2021, is National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, a time to honor victims and recommit to serving their needs. A crucial first step in caring for victims of crime is to mourn with those who mourn, as Romans 12:15 says.
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