Carl sees prison more now than he ever did as a police officer. And because of an unlikely friendship, prison is one of his favorite places to be.
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?
Even though we live in a world of instant communication through email, text messages, and social media, keeping in touch with America’s 2.2 million prisoners isn’t easy. But a new partnership is helping to change that.
Lately Prison Fellowship has seen a surge in the demand for God’s Word behind bars! Through the online Storehouse, chaplains can order Bibles in both English and Spanish, along with other resources. The response from prisoners and chaplains has been overwhelming.
In the wake of nationwide protests in the United States and around the world, Prison Fellowship calls on lawmakers to ‘be a voice for our brothers and sisters of color’ and pass reform legislation.
Prison Fellowship, Flikshop, and Stand Together partner to provide messages of love and support from friends and family members.
Children often think they are somehow to blame for a parent’s imprisonment. Reassure your kids that you are in prison because of what you did, not because of anything they did. They are not to blame.
Create: New Beginnings, Prison Fellowship's unique restorative art program for incarcerated women, recently celebrated a graduation in Oklahoma.
Represent Justice, Prison Fellowship, Plus One Society, and the Cleveland Cavaliers partnered to shine a light on the hope and redemption found inside an Ohio prison.
Prison Fellowship celebrates expansion of Second Chance Pell sites while urging Congress to make the program permanent.