Martha Ackerman and Stephanie Segel are bringing community and peace to prisons through a restorative art program called Create: New Beginnings.
"It's time! This is my season! God told me this would happen if I trusted Him, and I trust Him. I’m going home!"
Peaches followed her families footsteps all the way into prison. After having her first child while she was incarcerated she knew something had to change.
Angelina found her voice and her calling when she went to prison. Serving a long sentence, Angelina is helping lead women to walk better lives with Christ.
Prison Fellowship is partnering with Tyndale and Inside Journal to make sure that every prisoner has access to their special edition Bibles for free.
Timothy didn't think he was smart and no one ever bothered to tell him he was. In prison he learned he was smart and valuable to God.
Robert hasn’t been in prison long. But prison didn’t take long to change Robert’s life.
He didn’t handle incarceration well at first. He knew he was in a bad spot and wasn’t sure how to cope. If it weren’t for the family he found behind bars, he would still be stuck in that negative mindset.
"Letters from Inside" is a blog series featuring incarcerated women at Minnesota Correctional Facility–Shakopee, where Prison Fellowship® runs one of its Prison Fellowship Academy™ sites. Hear from women who are not only serving time for crimes but are now trying to live their lives for Jesus behind bars.
Alissa had no hope, no purpose, only a life of pain. In prison she learned that God made her for a purpose - to glorify Him.